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PHOENIX -- Time to think about getting protection from a nasty bug.

Influenza has not started circulating yet. It can start circulating as soon as November or as late as February, but Dr. Karen Lewis with the Arizona Department of Health Services said, "now is the time to start getting your influenza vaccine."

Meanwhile, Yuma County will open flu clinics Tuesday while Valley residents await shipments of the vaccine.

Sandra Haros , Reporter

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