The flu vaccine has a recessed cavity that will be hard to remove and the government is moving fast to fix it.

But the government says that isn’t enough.

So the government has announced it will begin phasing out the vaccine by March 1, 2018, but it won’t start giving it out until 2019.

It’s not just the government that’s facing a problem.

Many of the most popular prescription drugs have been pushed out of pharmacies for fear of a vaccine shortage, according to a new report from the nonprofit Government Accountability Office.

And the report says a lot of companies are scrambling to get their medicines into pharmacies, too.

So what to do if you want to take your medication on the go?

You can’t buy a refill for a prescription drug in the U.S. until you can get a refill from a pharmacist in another country.

So if you’re going to buy a new medicine for your flu shot, you need to be able to get that medicine from somewhere.

And there’s a lot to consider.

Here’s how to do it.

What if you don’t want to wait?

The U.N. has set an October 1 deadline for countries to start phasing in the flu vaccines, which could mean a spike in the number of people who will be sick and possibly have to leave the country.

That would likely result in more people buying medicines in other countries and potentially putting them out of business.

How much does it cost?

To buy a vaccine, you have to pay for it in advance.

But if you’ve already had the vaccine, the government will deduct the cost from your paychecks, according the Government Accountability Report.

If you need more time to get a prescription filled, you can buy a refills, which can be done through a pharmacy that’s owned by your insurance company.

If it’s not your plan, you could ask your doctor for a deferral, which would give you up to 90 days to buy the medicine and avoid getting sick.

And if you get sick, you might not be able buy another refill.

So you might want to consider buying an extra refills to get the flu shot as quickly and safely as possible.

Here are some options.

What about prescription drugs?

The government has also begun phasing-out the flu shots.

This means that people with existing prescriptions will be able get the vaccine as soon as March 1.

But the new rules do not apply to people with pre-existing conditions.

And for people with insurance that covers the flu and has not switched to a flu vaccine, they will still need to buy refills.

So they should consider that option.

What are the flu-specific requirements?

You must be at least 70 years old and have a pre-symptomatic flu-like illness to get vaccinated.

You must have a flu-related medical condition, such as chronic cough or cough-related pneumonia.

You can buy the flu jab online or at a health-care provider if you are under 65.

The new rules are part of an effort by the Obama administration to make sure the flu is given in the right way to help people avoid serious complications.

It has been estimated that 1.7 million Americans will get flu shots in 2019, according at a March 1 press release.