The White House said Thursday that it will not give away vaccines for those who live in the White House and receive them through the mail.
A spokesperson for President Donald Trump, who has previously said he does not need to vaccinate anyone living in the United States, said he had never received the vaccine coupons for the administration.
The White Senate and the House press office have previously given the vaccine to a small group of White House staffers.
The administration has also said that anyone living outside of the United Sates will receive one of the two vaccines.
The CDC said Thursday it has sent about 40,000 doses of the tetanus, diphtheria, and acellular pertussis vaccines to about 2 million households across the United sates, as well as those who have received them through other means.