The first doses of the swine flu vaccine will be a nasal spray version.The Centers for Disease Control say that 3.4 million doses of nasal spray vaccine will be available the first week of October.
It'll be approved for ages 2 to 49.
It's not recommended for pregnant women, children under 2 years old and people with asthma and other respiratory diseases.
Health experts say a shot version of the vaccine will be available toward the end of October.
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