The CDC says the flu vaccine is on its way to doctors and clinics right now. They expect to have more than ever this year -- but are concerned not enough people will be vaccinated. Flu is on the way -- and so is the vaccine: up to 132 million doses this year -- more than ever. But typically two-thirds of small children and people over age 50 and a third of seniors over 65 -- many of them caregivers don't get vaccinated. 36-thousand Americans die from flu every year. AARP says most, but not all, of them are over 65. 100 children under five, die every year, the CDC says. On Wednesday the FDA approved Flumist -- the nasal spray -- for children as young as two. This year, experts urge Americans to get the vaccine... even as late as February.