Why public shaming of vaccinations is a bad idea

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  • March 4, 2021
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Public school safety officer Victor Rodriguez celebrates after receiving the Johnson & Johnson Covid-19 vaccine in Hartford, Connecticut, on March 3, 2021. | Joseph Prezioso/AFP/Getty Images

Don’t be mad about individuals getting the vaccine. Be mad about vaccine inequity.

When I get one of the many Covid-19 vaccines available in the US — and I will surely be jumping at the first opportunity — I am not going to tell anyone. I will make my difficult-to-procure appointment, wait for the day to come, probably take an Uber to the glass mountain called the Jacob Javits Center, get my little jab, and keep my vaccination a secret between me and the volunteer who injected me.

I won’t tell anyone because, frankly, people are ruthless.

On social media, various users are screaming into the ether about the people they feel have “cheated” to


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