z, if your goal is virus eradication you are going to be disappointed, I'm afraid. There are significant animal reservoirs for the virus (particularly deer, who are testing seropositive at about 40%, but other species, too) and this vaccine is not what we think of as a normal vaccine. It is not prophylactic to disease. It permits infection, replication, and transmission in the mucosa before the antibodies can slow reproduction, so being vaccinated will not prevent spread. We should not even be calling this a "vaccine" because that confuses the general populace since it doesn't act like other common vaccines (measles, DPT, polio, etc. which ARE prophylactic to infection). The covid vaccines are more like disease pre-treatments because they are astonishingly good at preventing severe disease, but pretty porous to infection and transmission. The end game for covid is in it becoming endemic, not in it going away (as much as we all would like it to do so.)
This virus is going to share the world with us forever, becoming more infectious and milder as it mutates, until it is just one of the other coronaviruses that are responsible for colds. Omicron appears to be a step in that direction.
It really causes very bad policy decisions if people are focused on what is needed to "eradicate" the virus. We should be focusing on all kinds of treatment, particularly "vaccine" pre-treatment, paxlovid, and molnupiravir (right now). NPIs, with the welcome exception of the new societal norm that people stay at home when they are sick, are of extremely limited benefit, and not without cost.