Floyd Medical Center in Georgia enabled hospital staff to schedule COVID-19 vaccines for 766 family members, regardless of whether they were eligible, the Atlanta Journal’s Constitution reports. CEO Kurt Stuenkel, who admitted his wife was among those who got a sting, said he thought vaccination of relatives would be acceptable if extra doses were left in the hospital. The vice president of the Georgia Hospital Association confirmed that a local health official found the practice acceptable. A Bloomberg calculation this week found it would take seven years for herd immunity to be achieved globally at the current vaccination rate.

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