Individuals with vaccination-associated infections related to this provider have experienced redness, pain or tenderness, swelling, and the development of hard lumps, or nodules, at the injection site.
"We want to emphasize that there is no evidence to suggest that there is an issue with the vaccine supply", DPH Commissioner Jeff Howard said in a statement.
Howard said the provider has stopped vaccinating and there is no continuing risk to the public.
According to the Kentucky Department of Public Health, the company that provided the vaccines is Mount Sterling-based Location Vaccination.
The Kentucky DPH believes that the side effects from the vaccines are due to "improper storage and handling of the vaccine".
Though Location Vaccination has stopped administering immunizations, it is still possible individuals previously vaccinated by this provider could develop an infection.
Besides causing infection, the vaccines might not have been effective in preventing illness, the health department said. The health department said the infections probably won't go away on their own, so people who have them should seek medical care. Symptoms may not start until 12 weeks or more after receiving the vaccination.
Health officials are strongly encouraging people to get vaccinated in order to protect against hepatitis A, seasonal influenza and all vaccine-preventable diseases. Vaccine patients are encouraged to report negative side effects of vaccines to the CDC.