With vaccines in plentiful supply attention is turning toward a problem federal and state health officials may not have expected. That’s convincing the millions of Americans who haven’t yet started the coronavirus vaccination process to do so. It seems almost every day I’m reading about new pleas from President Biden on down for Americans to roll up their sleeves and get vaccinated. Sports teams have started to offer discounted tickets to people who can prove they’ve been vaccinated And there are indications from Columbus that lifting of 13 month old covid 19 health restrictions may be tied soon to the number of Ohioans who’ve been vaccinated, instead of daily coronavirus case numbers. Polls show at least 25 percent of American adults have no desire to get vaccinated no matter what the incentive is to do so, so the push is on to try to convince the people who are still on the fence or are undecided to start the process. It seems to me that health officials are increasingly realizing that it is only through the vaccination process and development of herd immunity that we will be able to put the covid19 pandemic behind us. That’s the way I see it.