We are on the cusp of having enough vaccine for everyone in America to at least schedule their appointment to get one. And when that happens I think we should reevaluate how we get shots into every Americans arms. Instead of mass vaccination drives that require huge resources, I think we should at least consider focusing a good chunk of resources on local pharmacies throughout the country.
The way I look at it is there's a pharmacy within walking distance for the vast majority of Americans and they are already staffed by qualified professionals who could easily administer the shot.
To me, it's a no brainer to send a ton of vaccines directly to pharmacies throughout the country, especially the J&J shot that doesn't require any special refrigeration.