This is a really great question. You should contact the vaccine study directly.
Every state is working on their prioritization and state-wide distribution plans and will be conveying that information.
The CDC has made recommendations for prioritization of the vaccine; but each state can make their own prioritization, so look to your state guidelines for when and where it will be available.
That’s an excellent question. It does not seem likely that you will be forced to get one type of COVID vaccine versus another. However, there may be availability issues for a certain type of vaccine in a certain area.
No, but there’s a good reason. Vaccinating those at highest risk protects ALL of us by reducing the number of cases among those most likely to be infected. This means as soon as you are eligible, you can get vaccinated — but not before.
First — thank you for your enthusiasm to get vaccinated! You are part of the solution! Please understand: there is a limited number of doses; and a great deal of infrastructure to get these vaccines to people across the country. It’s not just about getting that first dose — it’s critically important that people get …