The Fayette County Health Department now expects to get its first supplies of nasal-spray H1N1 flu vaccine next week.
Some health department have received vaccine over the past few days. Fayette County had hoped to be among them, but that didn't turn out to be the case.
Kentucky health officials say, however, that more and more vaccine will be arriving in coming weeks and that there will be plenty to go around.
Spot shortages of seasonal flu vaccines also are continuing to crop up around Kentucky, but officials say that additional supplies are on the way and that everyone who wants vaccine will be able to get it.
Fayette County health officials said initial supplies of the nasal-spray vaccine will be earmarked for health care workers.
Supplies of injectable H1N1 vaccine aren't expected in Fayette County until later this month, officials said, and large-scale public distribution of the swine-flu vaccine probably won't get started until late October or early November.