Should key workers and the young be ahead of the elderly when it comes to administering COVID-19 vaccines? Oxford University’s Albert Giubilini argues the case.
He believes that with the vaccine in short supply it needs to be considered whether those at greatest risk of catching the virus need to be at the top of the list to receive it.
Giubilini points to the case of a 108-year-old who has now been vaccinated in the UK and asked whether someone at that stage of life should be the highest priority?
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