Shots are very controversial. I get that. But for those who want shots, and who are at high risk (if you’re reading this, there’s a good chance you’re high risk) then it’s a good idea to get one.
Also controversial is the government’s role in healthcare. That’s a topic for a different day. Or maybe for 10 different days (I have a lot to say on that topic). Regardless of what you think and believe, the government does play role in healthcare. In this case, it plays a role in flu shots.
I just read that the state of Massachusetts is going to offer fewer shots this year. In fact, it’s going to offer fewer than half as many shots as it did last year. If you have health insurance, you won’t really be affected. If you don’t have health insurance, you’re probably more in need of the shots, and will have more trouble getting them. Great job guys. Really, good going. I get that times are tough. They had to make budget cuts. But when people are dying of the flu this season, maybe the idea of throwing that extra cash into the rainy day fund won’t seem so brilliant anymore. I hope I’m wrong. I hope these 14,000 shots suffice for all who need them. I really, really hope I’m wrong…..