Well. It’s already happening.
The first people in Northern Ireland could receive their Covid-19 vaccines as soon as 9 December, BBC News NI understands.
The Ulster Hospital is designated as one of seven vaccine points.
It will facilitate mostly South Eastern Trust staff, but people who live in the area and work for another trust can opt to receive their jab there.
The UK is the first country in the world to approve the Pfizer/BioNTech vaccine for widespread use.
NI Health Minister Robin Swann said it was “a hugely significant day”.
The first vaccinations had been scheduled from 14 December but Mr Swann said this could “come forward by a few days”.
UK regulator, the Medicines and Healthcare products Regulatory Agency (MHRA), said the jab, which offers up to 95% protection against Covid-19 illness, is safe for rollout.
It is thought Northern Ireland will receive about 1.5m doses, with 25,000 coming next week in the first stage.
They’re not forcing people to take it – yet.
But they are planning on using a digital confirmation to ensure you’ve got it, and banning you from virtually every public place if you don’t have it.
You need to start thinking about what you’re going to do, British people. In America and probably most other countries (other than Australia), we’ve got more room here to oppose it. But they’re going to bring hell down on Britain.
Again: I advise you very, very strongly against taking this vaccine.
Under no circumstances should you get this vaccine.