This article addresses the inevitable disparity of distribution once a vaccine is available. As certain racial groups have generally been more vulnerable throughout the decades, it is most likely they will be last when it comes to having access to the vaccine as well. The article suggests that essential workers should get the vaccine first, as they are on the front lines. One of the advantages of having these workers get vaccinated first, is that this group overlaps with groups that statistically have less healthcare coverage. However, there were flaws with most ways of distributing a vaccine. One option suggested was a lottery, where everyone theoretically is given the same chance. However, when comparing past situations following the same guidelines, it is believed that the system would quickly become corrupt, and as a result, racial disparity would continue in the quest for vaccine distribution. One of the past tragedies was with the Tuskegee experiment, and a comparison was drawn showing that if a vaccine is available too soon, with too little testing, then similar situation may arise.