Los Angeles County has been one of the first to announce that the flu vaccine it is providing for residents is going to be a flu shot.
The county’s Health Department announced Tuesday that the county’s flu vaccine is a live vaccine.
The county says it is the first in the nation to announce the vaccine will be a live shot, but it’s not the first time a county has done that.
In February, the California Department of Public Health announced that it would provide the first vaccine for the flu.
The county said in a news release that the influenza vaccine will begin to be distributed in December, which would make it one month later than expected.
The announcement comes on the heels of another county in California announcing that it will also start vaccinating people who work in the health department.
The news comes just days after President Donald Trump ordered the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention to begin vaccinating all people who are working at federal sites.
The state of New York announced on Monday that it is also going to begin providing the flu shot to all employees of its health department starting on Tuesday.