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Doses available is the only limiting factor.
I'm not sure what I was expecting, but I imagined that the vaccine would be rolled out with military-like speed, manpower, and consistency.
National level: Not much, just ensure that there's enough vaccine reserved for the 2nd dose and get that out to the states in a timely manner so that those 2nd doses can be given on time. State: Ensure that vaccine injection sites are properly stocked for 1st (and as appropriate) 2nd doses. If you know how many 1st doses are given each day, you know how many doses to give in 21-ish or 28-ish days later. Local: have a plan for actually being able to herd cats. Make sure that you order and have enough vaccine supplies on hand, keep track of actual vaccinations given so you can order the 2nd dose and have it delivered on time. The locals that have an efficient delivery system, the limiting factor in all this is vaccine supply.Thankful for a vaccine, but wondering how we speed up the vaccination process.
What do we need to do at the national, state, and local levels to vaccinate more people?
My dear friend,Unless you can offer some proof of that claim, it is just a position you do not support.
Seriously, stop trying to influence people with factless, emotional arguments for getting the vaccine. You're doing more harm than good trying to convince people to get vaccinated.
I am happy to hear that in your area. I have no faith that we can really standup an actual public vaccination program here locally which sucks. We've done an ok job for healthcare (very slow for those outside a hospital), but currently the only doses are with the hospitals and community vaccination programs will be a struggle for them unless public health takes the control back.Doses available is the only limiting factor.
My dear friend,My dear friend,
COVID is serious
and deadly, yet you're
My dear friend,
Prove it.My dear friend,
Imitation is the greatest
form of flattery. Yet,
you're very wrong.