The H1N1 flu vaccine is finally here and you can’t get it unless you're very little, very old or very sick.
Thousands of "swine flu" vaccines have been made available to most hospital facilities, but only children, high-risk patients and health-care workers will have access to the shot.
Everyone else will have to wait another few days.
Although the vaccine’s distribution started Sept. 30, most doctors’ offices, pharmacies, hospitals and clinics across the nation are expected to receive their requested doses by mid-October.
The federal government has opened a dedicated web site (www.flu.gov) to help the public understand the implications of catching the H1N1.