There's a lot of differing views when it comes to what you should or shouldn't do to protect yourself and others from covid-19. When going into stores around the Treasure Valley, I'd estimate that on the high-end, 20% of customers wear masks if not in a store requiring them.

Right here in our office, where masks are now mandated in public areas and halls, you see some people leave them off frequently.

So when it comes to a vaccine, who will actually choose to get it? Only about half, according to a new study.

A new Associated Press poll shows that only about half of Americans say they'd get a COVID-19 vaccine once it's available.

With the United States is expected to pass 100,000 deaths nationwide this week, 20% of people polled said they'd refuse a vaccine, and another 31% said they weren't sure if they'd get vaccinated yet.

I think I'm in the category that will get the vaccine once it's available. We'll see how soon that will be, though.