I suppose. But 40% of the population 18+ getting one shot seems a little easier than the hoped-for 70-80% of the covid shot for 12+. I would think we would need double the capacity for an annual (or regular) covid shot. And what if they can’t combine the flu and COVID shot? Will we need two annual vaccines spaced out?"Mass clinics"? We routinely vaccinate 30-40% for flu shots. I'd expect COVID19 to be similar.
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This whole "mass vaccination" thing seems silly, we had the highest flu shot takeup in years, and we were done everyone within 2 months. We're able to inject the vaccine faster than we can get it. If we got enough COVID19 vaccine we'd be done.
I think the media isn't helping this.
what’s causing the lineups at some places? excess demand, lack of immunizers? my Family breezed through a pharmacy and mass clinic for our shots, but I know others wait in line for hours.