Will you get a text from your doctor? Will you read about it online? Or will you have to check the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention website to know when it’s your turn in line?
As COVID-19 vaccines roll out to limited groups of people across the United States, how people learn they are eligible to get their shots won’t be as clear while supplies remain limited, according to public health and policy experts and state vaccination plans.
“I think it’s going to be a little bit murky,” said Katie Greene, a visiting policy associate at the Duke-Margolis Center for Health Policy.
“I wouldn’t be surprised if thousands of individuals get left out because of the information gap,” added Tinglong Dai, a Johns Hopkins Carey Business School professor who studies operations management and business analytics in health care.
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