During flu season, a city medical center needs to keep a large supply of flu shots. A nurse’s aid compiles data on the number of flu shots given per day in the past few years during flu season. A cumulative probability chart of the collected data is as follows:

How many flu shots should the center store every day to meet the demand on 95 percent of the days?

(A) |
At most 190 |

(B) |
At most 140 |

(C) |
Exactly 170 |

(D) |
At least 150 |

(E) |
At least 200 |