Some people cannot afford the vaccine: Those not rich but Not Poor Enough

South Africa represents the flawed economic system where a class of peoples is too rich to afford bail out aid and too poor to actually afford the full cost of treatment or good. A better way to go about income inequality and government aid regardless of type is to view it via a saturation curve instead of discrete income buckets and proffer discounts or reduced costs to provide for individuals as such.

It’s a question of equality also with America’s own borders, as the poorest individuals within may also not be able to obtain certain benefits or vaccines by the same virtue of volunteering as a test subject. Economic justice and benefits should be meted and doled via a case by case basis and on a curve, not a discrete outcome classification to ensure the most just treatment, and perhaps more dollars taxed for state funding should be provided for said programs.