I’m not talking about determining the priority in which groups are ordered. I’m talking about scheduling individual people in a group.
I assume the nursing homes and facilities like that are handling the scheduling for their residents. And people who are in a priority category because of their profession will presumably have their scheduling handled by their employer.
But suppose you work in a small privately-owned business and you’re in a priority group because you’re classified as an essential worker. Or you’re a ninety-year-old who lives at home. Or a person with medical problems that place you at a higher risk.
Are you supposed to figure out that you’re in a higher priority group and contact somebody to be scheduled for a early vaccination? Who are you supposed to contact? Your regular physician? You county health department? Some other government agency? The location that’s performing vaccinations?
Or is there some agency which is contacting people and informing them that they are in a higher priority group and they should go get a vaccination at a certain location on a certain day?