I was wrong: The United States’ coronavirus vaccine rollout is going much better than I thought it would. First, multiple excellent vaccines were developed and approved much faster than any in history, and now they are being delivered at speed. The number of vaccinations administered per day has gradually accelerated past two million, and with a great deal more supply coming soon, within the next couple months it ought to be available to everyone in most states. (My own parents recently got their second doses, which was a profound relief.)
That makes it all the more maddening that some conservative states are jumping the gun on returning to normal.