In New Mexico, they have check boxes for the “primary risks”, including T2 and then a second set for the “secondary risks”, including T1. However, it is unclear what, if anything, is being done with that information. It appears as if age, congregate living, and front line workers are the criteria that are being used thus far … and age-wise they are one of the few 75+ states.
In California, age and high risk occupations are virtually the only considerations. Health risk, however they decide on that doesn’t start until 3/15.
Of course, in CA, there is the “loophole du jour”. Yesterday we learned that many folks who dispense medical marijuana self-defined as front-line medical workers. Today, we learned the employees in gyms and fitness centers have jumped the line as “health workers” …
However, I am lucky to be old (71) in a 65+ state: I got Moderna first dose at CVS (the federally-sponsored pharmacy partner in CA) … and medical conditions weren’t even considered.
Stay safe! And good luck getting vaccinated soon. If the supply line goes up by 2X, 3X, 5X or more, prioritization becomes less of an issue.