With front-line health workers and nursing home residents expected to receive the first doses of Covid vaccines, the more challenging question is considering who goes next. The decision will likely depend on where you reside. The federal advisory board is going to make its proposals later this month, state health departments and governors will determine who gets access to a limited number of vaccines this wintertime. The US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s Advisory Committee on Immunization Practices (ACIP) voted 13 to 1 this month to give first Covid-19 vaccination priority to doctors and nurses and residents of long-term care facilities once the US Food and Drug Administration acknowledges one or more Covid-19 vaccines for emergency purposes. Moreover, the advisory committee is considering presenting more data about its record of prioritized recipients before the end of the year. Its next movements are likely to prioritize people who keep the society running, such as workers in food and farming, public safety, and education. Older people and those with severe diseases are also covered.