I work for a local authority, in Children's Services. We are not customer facing, and all our interaction is done via phone or email. We have been working from home since March. I have barely left the house - been to a garden centre a couple of times, and to the supermarket when I've not been able to get a click and collect slot.
Because we are council workers, we are classed as key workers, and have been offered the vaccine with immediate effect.
Going by the link that was posted here a short time ago, I would be due to be vaccinated in around April/May time in the normal course of events (I don't know how reliable that is of course).
My dilemma is whether to accept the vaccine being offered via work, even though I am not customer facing. I don't think any of my colleagues have refused, but I am really going back and forth.
What do you think? Would you accept it now, or wait your turn?
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