McLean County is pulling the plug on its county-wide flu clinics. Instead, you're encouraged to visit family doctors, pharmacies or convenience stores.
"The need for the health department to provide access to the seasonal flu vaccine is no longer crucial because it is now more convenient for people to get their flue shot as part of their daily routines," said McLean County Health Department Director Walt Howe.
Howe said people can still call the health department to make an appointment for a flu shot. You can also call the department if you have trouble finding the vaccine.
The number is (309) 888-5397.
This year's vaccine protects you against three different influenza strains: H1N1, H3N2 and B/Wisconsin.
You're urged to get vaccinated as early as possible because it can take up to two weeks after the date of vaccination for the body to build full immunity.
The McLean County Health Department will also still vaccinate some kids, the elderly and those with special needs.