Learning from Malaysia’s AstraZeneca Vaccination

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The opposite of this phenomenon is when everyone seems to be making a run for a product. Basically, there is a critical mass that sets off a scarcity scare. The kids call it “FOMO” or “fear of missing out”.

My own decision-making process went a little something like this: There were really only two ‘rational’ approaches: one, to get vaccinated as soon as possible, and two, to wait ‘as long as possible’ for more data to come in regarding the vaccines.

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