Simply take race/culture out of it - out of everything.In which people, in theory, at least, are quarantined and at less risk.
Do you vaccinate the BAME populations because they are most at risk, when a lot of that risk is down to people's own poor behaviour?
You then effectively reward poor behaviour (stand fast for a moment on people's refusal to have the jabs).
Or do you vaccinate those who need protecting from the poor behaviour (to wails of 'racism' from those with a vested interest in retaining the political support of certain communities/those too thick or selfish to see or acknowledge the realities)?
If you're looking to not over-stress the NHS, you concentrate on those who are behaving most poorly.
Pragmatic but not really fair.
Draw up a set of parameters, stick to them, if someone who falls within those parameters refuses the vaccine, put them somewhere they cant affect the rest of the world. Tough if that's a very small room with food passed through an airlock.