All but one of seven public health centers are out of H1N1 injections, the County said Saturday.
The health center in El Cajon has some left, but not a lot. There is nasal vaccine, but not injections, according to County spokesperson Holly Crawford.
The county is expecting more this month, but Crawford couldn’t say when. Additional vaccine shipments to private providers are expected in the coming weeks.
First-priority will be given to pregnant women, children between 2 and 18 years without chronic medical conditions and healthy caregivers of infants less than six months old.