I guess the supply really is pretty sporadic. A friend’s son (not especially high risk, as far as we know) just simply got one at his pediatrician’s office.
I practically had to sleep with my doctor to get added to her list of eligible patients (her colleagues also had lists but had many more patients on them. I felt so honored). Then again, she’s seen me with some pretty nasty asthma flareups.
Around here at least, the public clinics won’t have 'em for lower risk people until December, most likely. By which time most people will have had hamthrax already, I’d bet! (not grumbling about “too little, too late”, it’s just the reality of the lead time required to produce these vaccines).