I'm curious as to why you think flu vaccine shouldn't be distributed to the general public as it currently is.
Most of us have some contact with people who might be greatly harmed by the flu. I have a friend with an immune disorder, a friend with serious lung disease, and other friends who are very old. In the past, I had one parent undergoing chemotherapy and another parent in LTC. Is it not better for them if I don't get the flu?
My info is purely anecdotal, but I've only known one person who had serious reaction to flu vaccine. Most people who get it are just fine. Even though the vaccine isn't 100 percent effective, aren't we all better off if fewer people are spreading a serious disease?
Full disclosure -- I'm not a nurse; I've never been forced to get a flu shot and probably never will be. I do understand that people don't like being coerced into doing anything. I wouldn't like it either, just as a matter of principle. But outside of that, I don't understand why this is even a question.