In Belgium, the government plans to start vaccinating people younger than 65. Priority is given to a large group of people with health conditions like diabetes, heart disease, chronic kidney disease etc. This group consists of approximately 1,2-1,5 million people or 10% of the population in Belgium. ME/CFS is not included. I'm a bit concerned because young people with severe ME/CFS might be really vulnerable if they get COVID-19 (simply because they are already severely disabled) but they might some of the very last who get a vaccination in our country, probably towards the end of the summer. It's possible for the GP to put patients on the priority list but one has to be lucky that he takes ME/CFS seriously. I was wondering how other countries deal with this. Is ME/CFS seen as a risk/priority group in the vaccination against sars cov 2 in your country? Many thanks in advance.