Everyone should get it a quickly as possible. Picking and choosing slows the whole process down.
Look at California for the worst example of this.
Cape May County currently has the highest per-capita vaccination rate, which is odd considering that it’s not the epicenter of the outbreak in NJ.
I can't believe I'm about to say this, but yes.Governments can make all the rules they want about who gets to cut in line. It won't make much difference. Logistics is the deciding factor in these vaccines. If an infrastructure organizes to store and administer the vaccines, and to schedule and handle the crowds, the people living around the infrastructure will get vaccinated first. Governments which outlaw this natural fact will throw away vaccine unused. People will get vaccinated at much slower rates, resulting in higher hospitalization and death rates, even for the intended first recipients.
It's funny, but you argued differently a few weeks ago. Said the vaccine wouldn't stop the spread, just reduce symptoms..
Anyone who gets vaccinated will protect everyone he comes in contact with who is not vaccinated.
After first responders, nursing homes and medical people, needles in arms is the most important factor.
You're catching on. I was thinking about that while I was driving this morning that I should have added, how many teachers should die as they wait in line behind chain smokers for the vaccine?It’s pretty fvcked up that smokers are ahead of teachers.
schools are having tons of cases right now