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Would it be immoral to raise cash for the NHS by selling £100,000 vaccines?

Auctioning vaccines could raise enough to build a new hospital

Covid-19 vaccine, picture credit: Getty

It is easy to be offended by the idea of the super-rich trying to buy their place in the queue for the Covid-19 vaccine ahead of your granny, and easy to feel a warm glow of satisfaction that they are being rebuffed – all supplies are being held on such a tight rein by the NHS that private clinics can’t get a look in.

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