This article goes into detail regarding when a vaccine will possibly be released, how it will be released, and who will get it first. The CDC has said that the people who getting the vaccine first will be front line health care workers and high risk groups. At issue is how to prioritize which groups are more at risk than others. As research has shown, there are factors other than simply health that can categorize an individual as high risk. The article also warns against being too optimistic regarding timing for the vaccine release. It will take months before an average, healthy person, would have access to the vaccine, and there is no guarantee that it will be coming out in the next few months. Regarding vaccine distribution locations, the article claims that it will be very similar to receiving a flu shot, at sites such as the pharmacy or a vaccine clinic.