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We shouldn't blame young people for 'jumping the queue' to get a COVID vaccine. They could be doing us a favour

By Diego S. Silva, Lecturer, Sydney Health Ethics, Sydney School of Public Health, University of Sydney
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The rules around allocation, and the enforcement of those rules, can't rest with each individual. Responsibility lies with those in charge of delivering vaccines.

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