It's been about one year since H1N1 first appeared on the scene.
U.S. health officials earlier this week said it's still a good idea to get vaccinated, and soon, since a lot of the vaccine expires in June.
KHQA checked with some Tri-state health departments to see if they still have vaccine available.
In Marion County, the health department still has a viable supply and is giving shots on a daily basis.
Lee County isn't getting too many inquiries about the vaccine, but it still has two free clinics each month.
In McDonough County, the next clinic is May 13 from 2:30-5 p.m.
When you call the Adams County Health Department for H1N1 information, you hear a recorded message saying it has completed its H1N1 vaccine program, and will have information available this fall for the next flu season.