It bothers me, too, and with some health workers quitting over the stress and others out due to having been infected and needing to quarantine, it stresses an over-stressed system even more. Ethically, maybe they figure the best they can do is a first-come-first-serve basis. At my mother's nursing home, very few residents are infected--I think it was two last they emailed me. But, seven staff members are now out with the virus. That tells me they weren't vaccinated--although they won't actually reveal that information. That leaves fewer staff to care for residents, and they were already short-staffed. I am still allowed to meet my mom outdoors and push her around in her wheelchair, but that's only because the virus isn't in her "hall." If someone in her hall becomes infected, that will end. What happened to health workers needing to get the shot? Why are so many reluctant? It's a major source of frustration for me.