We posted a poll question on our website Thursday asking people who they believe is most responsible for the difficulties eligible Americans have in receiving the coronavirus vaccine. We did so because it seems more fingers than syringes are being pointed at people.

Last week, all levels of government took turns defending the problems with supplying sufficient quantities of the two approved vaccines — produced by Pfizer and Moderna — to satisfy the demand of what remains a limited number of people. It violated one of the cardinal rules of managing a crisis in that you focus on fixing the problem instead of the blame.

This editorial was written by Michael Morris, managing editor of The Facts.

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