The Pitt County Health Department has gotten there flu vaccines and Saturday morning many came out to get their flu shot.
The health department was open Saturday from 9am to noon.
Many signed up to get their flu shots which cost about 20 dollars.
A spokesperson for the health department says about 36,000 people die each year in the US from the seasonal flu.
The flu season typically kicks off during the winter months of January and February.
Health Department officials are encouraging people to get the shot now. If you missed Saturday you can always call and make an appointment.
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