NEW YORK -- There's a health alert as we head into cold and flu season.
Health officials are concerned not enough pregnant women are getting vaccinated.
The CDC says 65% of pregnant women in the U.S. are not getting flu or whooping cough vaccines.
Officials say, unless otherwise told not to get the vaccine by a doctor, all pregnant women should get the flu vaccine.
The CDC also says pregnant women should get Tdap, the combination vaccine that helps prevents whooping cough.
CDC concerned not enough pregnant women getting flu shot, Tdap vaccine