This Policy Should Age Well

I wonder what they’re going to do as soon as it becomes absolutely undeniable that it is the vaccinated who are much more likely to die, period:

A Colorado-based health system says it is denying organ transplants to patients not vaccinated against the coronavirus in “almost all situations,” citing studies that show these patients are much more likely to die if they get covid-19.

The policy illustrates the growing costs of being unvaccinated and wades into deeply controversial territory — the use of immunization status to decide who gets limited medical care. The mere idea of prioritizing the vaccinated for rationed health resources has drawn intense backlash, as overwhelmingly unvaccinated covid-19 patients push some hospitals to adopt “crisis standards of care,” in which health systems can prioritize patients for scarce resources based largely on their likelihood of survival.

Turnabout is fair play, after all. We already know that the vaccinated are dying in droves; the all-cause death statistics clearly indicate that. But at present, there is still some wiggle room for the media to pretend otherwise, although it’s only a matter of months before that disappears.