(CNN)--Flu season is right around the corner.
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention says there should be plenty of vaccines available this year.
C-D-C officials say just about everyone older than six months of age should get flu shots each year.
Last year, 41-percent of American adults were inoculated against seasonal flu.
This year, people 65 and older can choose a new, high dose form of the flu vaccine.
The flu shots should be available beginning in September.
Flu season typically runs from October to May.
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