It’s a difficult one. Common sense says mid you’ve got it use it. However when you have to roll it out in a methodical manner, you need to control its delivery otherwise it becomes a free for all. Health care workers being harassed for spares. Some unscrupulous health care workers over ordering .
My genuine concern however is the 20% of the population who polled said that they’d stop the following precautions once they been vaccinated.
Current target audience are somewhat generally immobile. When it comes to vaccinating the masses there’ll see it as a free for all and undo all of the good work that’s been done.
I’m hoping the increasing use of AstraZeneca vaccine they’ll be less wastage.
Working in varied teams gives a degree of governance. I.e. never the same mix of folk.
We do emphasise when giving it that takes time for immunity to develop and that you need to maintain all precautions until told otherwise.
All hopes seem currently based on a successful vaccination programme.
But it will take time. The 2nd dose is already been pushed back against original guidance. It will be interesting to see what effect that will have in a few months time.