With limited supplies, erratic distribution, and complicated eligibility rules, it’s no wonder that a lot of people are wondering how to approach waiting lines for Covid vaccines. Do you do everything you can to get a shot now, even if it means jumping ahead of those less equipped to navigate the reservation system? Should you wait so those in greatest need get them first? And how do you even determine who has the greatest need?
Melinda Wenner Moyer had an excellent column exploring these issues in Saturday’s New York Times. If you’re wondering about this issue, this will help you sort through it.
- Did Bob Woodward Do the Right Thing?
- Viral Ethics: Distributing Vaccines
- Did I Do the Right Thing?
- Reparations and Ethics
- A Good Day to Hail Good Ethics
- Ethical Outrage: No Excuse for This Kind of Behavior
- Some Companies Still Don’t Get It
- When It’s Unethical To Be Thrifty
- Democrats’ Tricky Ethical Issue: Is It Okay to Hope Trump Fails?
- Can I Refuse to Wear a Mask?
- Viral Ethics: How Will You Help?
- Viral Ethics: The Value of a Life
- Viral Ethics: Let the Needy Go First
- Viral Ethics: Covid-19 Questions