By Renny Mackay
Laramie, WY – During last year's swine flu pandemic the federal government paid for vaccines, which came in a separate shot from the normal season flu vaccine. The Wyoming Department of Health's spokeswoman, Kim Deti.
"This year at this point we are only planning and expecting to have one vaccine recommended for people," Deti. "It will cover H1N1 as well as some seasonal flu strains."
But, this year the government isn't picking up the tab for the shots. Although in Wyoming Deti says the state will pay for vaccines for children under 19.
She says there have not been any cases of swine flu in Wyoming since last winter.