The rollout of vaccination programs tends to be based on a given set of rules (advice) devised by government UK example. Such a rule-set are generally limited in complexity in order to be consistently applied by humans administering the roll-out.

There is a strong association between age and risk nature but it appears below the age of 60 that other factors such as sex/deprivation/ethenicity predominate. There is also mounting evidence towards mental disorders holding a significant risk factor risk factors and mental disorders

Is there any openly available papers or modelling showing a data-driven prioritization of vaccination (for example using machine-intelligence), especially in the scenario of limited vaccine availability, would be more effective than simply using age alone as the predicate.

  • The UK example you cited doesn't use age alone.
    – Carey Gregory
    Nov 23 '20 at 16:28

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