THE BRONX - New York officials say the first batch of swine flu vaccine will arrive in the city next week, prompting many questions from the public.

State Health Commissioner Richard Daines says the vaccine will be limited when it's first released, so groups will be prioritized. Health care workers, caretakers for children under six months old, children ages six to 21, adults with a chronic illness such as asthma and pregnant women will be first to receive the vaccine.

Officials are reminding the public the H1N1 vaccine does not protect against the seasonal flu.