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Some weeks ago, on the same day an elderly American friend despaired at the prospect of driving through the snow for hours to get a vaccine, I received an invitation for mine.
Although staff didn’t have a choice, rumours were already dubbing the Pfizer shot as the Ferrari and AstraZeneca the Camry of vaccines. The comparison felt uncomfortable and unwarranted, prompting me to say to a colleague that we must watch our words.
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