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SALT LAKE CITY (AP) -- Health officials say the swine flu vaccine is in short supply in Utah but more is on the way.
On Tuesday, the Davis County Health Department held a mass vaccination clinic in Layton. Spokesman Bob Ballew says about 2,500 doses, both in the nasal mist form and injectable form, were administered.
The vaccine is being allocated on a weekly basis by the federal Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Orders can take a full week to arrive.
Ballew says the department can order a new shipment on Wednesday.
As of Tuesday, the Salt Lake Valley Health Department's Web site said it was out of the flu mist but had a limited supply of vaccine injections.
The Weber-Morgan Health Department's Web site says it planned to hold an H1N1 clinic on Thursday starting in the morning for as long as supplies last.
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