In all likelihood, people will need three shots next flu season: one normal flue vaccine, then the two that will be developed for swine flu. Previous vaccines are expected to be ineffectual, and the CDC's current hypothesis is that the elderly are the only fraction of the population that may get away with fewer shots. CDC officials suspect that those born before the 1957 Asian Flu, an especially those older than 65, have antibodies to the flu. However, only 1% of the cases reported thus far have been in that fraction of the population.Notably, there have not been marked increases in flu mortality rates thus far, but flu season is yet to come. Flu is still a prominent presence on the east coast, and in New York, where many schools have been closed. The current death count remains at 84, and no new cases have been reported since 14 May.