Medical D Day For Distribution of COVID-19 Vaccine to 50 States and Territories

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COVID-19 Vaccine Distribution: Everyone Should Be On the Same Plan

Health Editor’s Note: First of all, we have had months to determine how a COVID-19 vaccine will be dispensed, haven’t we? We have needed and will need a non-politically, non-economically oriented play book.  As it looks now, it will be up to the states and territories to distribute COVID-19 vaccines. This process would be most effective if all states/territories used the same game plan, very much unlike what has been done (or not done) in attempts to control the spread of coronavirus. Rolling out the vaccine is next on the list of ways to control this pandemic. It is easy to determine the order of who goes first for vaccines. Those who are most at risk to contract COVID-19 should be at the top of the list. Right?  How will the physically existing doses of vaccine be allotted? Do all states receive equal amounts despite census counts? 

Common, scientific, and medical sense says healthcare workers and nursing home residents should receive the first doses. Then those who are most vulnerable to death by COVID-19 would determine those who come next.  Those with existing health issues, elderly and what decade does that begin? 60, 65, 70? What is medically known is that the elderly have less robust immune systems and if they are vaccinated early on, coronavirus will not be able to spread to them as the COVID-19 surges mount.   

Unfortunately, there are wide variations in dispersal orders. Also, who will be responsible for the actual inoculation process in each state, county?  In some states this will be the health department and in others, well no one really knows as some are being secretive (does this sound familiar) as to where the vaccination sites will be and where the vaccine supplies will be delivered. 

Please, let the vaccination process remain calm, orderly, safe, without the urges that drive people to clean out the toilet paper shelves in super markets.  Two doses of vaccine will give immunity, so making sure people get back for that second dose is important. 

So, in the meantime, until you have received your second dose of the vaccine, practice all safety measures. There must be time for your body to build up antibodies after vaccination. That being said, I will be masking up in public, avoiding groups of any size, staying physically distanced from others I do not live with, washing my hands all the time, staying away from anyone who is ill, not traveling, staying home for Christmas, etc…..Wait your turn…..Carol 

 

Biography
Carol graduated from Riverside White Cross School of Nursing in Columbus, Ohio and received her diploma as a registered nurse. She attended Bowling Green State University where she received a Bachelor of Arts Degree in History and Literature. She attended the University of Toledo, College of Nursing, and received a Master’s of Nursing Science Degree as an Educator.

She has traveled extensively, is a photographer, and writes on medical issues. Carol has three children RJ, Katherine, and Stephen – one daughter-in-law; Katie – two granddaughters; Isabella Marianna and Zoe Olivia – and one grandson, Alexander Paul. She also shares her life with husband Gordon Duff, many cats, and two rescue pups.

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6 COMMENTS

  1. Who have the best efficient and effective logistic chain and have presence in everywhere ?? the army. Use the army medical service corps to dispense vaccines

    • Adrian2MiL18, Good idea. One entity doing everything the same way no matter where or what. The plan of what to do should have been in place long before this and not left up to each individual state or territory. Look how that worked out for the pandemic, i.e. mask wearing, etc. Some states got right on that and some did not. Same virus should be treated the same all over. Everyone on the same successful page.

  2. Tommy Aperion, If Trump was vaccinated, either he did not have coronavirus when it was announced that he was COVID-19 positive and was admitted to Walter Reed for the ‘everything but the kitchen sink’ cure or whatever ‘vaccine’ he received back in 2019 did not work….These vaccines are our hope to getting back some normalcy on this planet.

    • Tommy, Yes, that could very well be the case. His coming out of the hospital and saying COVID-19 was nothing is a big slap in the face to those who have been very, very ill and who had died. Plus, he got treatments that many do not get, that is if he really got them.

  3. This from Gordon back in June… “Targeting with a virus is impossible without vaccines and how they are given out or sold is what gives the power to those who control the vaccines. Key to this was causing a massive pandemic in the US because the vaccine would be worthless if the disease were quickly controlled.”

    Also, “John Hankey reports that Trump and his inner circle were vaccinated in November 2019, only days after the virus was deployed against China.”

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