I read that article
While I definitely see the the logic of vaccinating the super spreaders ( assuming they agree to vaccination ) or maybe even if they don't agree to vaccination, it does seem like rewarding bad behaviour, doesn't it ?? - While grandma may not put as many people at risk, her risk of dying or suffering greatly, without vaccination, seems much higher.
I will take the Pfizer vaccine as soon as it is offered to me - I want to travel again.
An interesting topic that is certain to cause some interesting online discussions, I would submit.
A side note/thought -- Vaccinating superspreaders may help a great deal, but if coronavirus illness gets established in mink or other domestic/wild animals, like in Denmark, vaccinating people might not be adequate to totally protect human populations due to the potential for a wild species safe harbor. Maybe? It seems coronavirus is capable of infecting a significant number of mammalian species - minks, foxes, ermines, tigers, cats, dogs - and maybe others we are not aware of just yet.