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  • I've been told I'll get the Pfizer vaccine as early as next week. I work in one of the 50 hospitals selected for the first roll out.

    I'm not against having the vaccine, but I'm not thrilled about getting first, albeit after tens of thousands of trial patients.

  • If you tell me where and when to be I'll pretend to be you. You can have my shot in 6 months.

  • haha! good point.

    The suggestion is that the roll out to each priority group will be determined by organising the recipients rather than the availability of the vaccine. At least initially.

    You might have to wait 6 months, or maybe a lot less, and by then you may have more knowledge of the 'best' vaccine. Having the Pfizer one looks good now, but it may turn out that another vaccine is more beneficial, for example in both covid prevention and reduction in viral spread.

    I don't know anything about vaccines though.


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