The vaccinated class

Amid uneven rates of vaccination, some see business and dating opportunities in the gap

Nurse Caitlin Crowley pinning on a badge stating she has been vaccinated with the Moderna Covid-19 vaccine at a health centre in Boston, Massachusetts, last month. Healthcare workers are finding that vaccination comes with some small perks. PHOTO: AFP
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(NYTIMES) - The coronavirus vaccine was not supposed to be a golden ticket.

A tiered and efficient roll-out was meant to inoculate front-line workers and the most vulnerable before the rest of society.

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