I await the outrage:
Hundreds of GPs are administering second Covid jabs just three weeks after the first in defiance of NHS advice, triggering a rebuke from the UK’s vaccines authority.
The rollout of second doses up to nine weeks earlier than official guidance – as well as instances of vaccines distributed to 16- and 17-year-olds – has prompted concern over a postcode lottery in access to protection against coronavirus.
6 months back we were all told that first doses first was a terrible idea because the vaccines had been tested using a 3 week gap. The move to a 12 week gap – an entirely pragmatic one, designed to get some protection to many in the face of shortages – was decried by the usual suspects.
So, who wants to bet on the reverse ferret where using the vaccines as they were actually tested is now decried?