This weekend there was quite a bit of talk on the news shows with poll results about how many Americans would get vaccinated against #Coronavirus-SARs2. I think it is worthwhile for each of us to think about this question, but we have to be more precise about the decisions that many of us hopefully will have as an option either late this year, or early next: 1) Do you get vaccinated against Coronavirus-SARs2 as part of a clinical trial or an emergency authorization of a vaccine candidate under the following facts: A) The vaccine candidate has looked safe thus far, but with much less safety data (such as little/no long-term safety data) than we typically require for approval of a vaccine, and B) The vaccine candidate has looked efficacious, but with less (much less?) efficacy data than we typically require for approval of a vaccine. For example, maybe the vaccine candidate will be shown to elicit neutralizing antibodies in a lab test of the blood of early trial participants, but possibly (likely?) without statistically confirmed efficacy data to show it actually protects people against #COVID. Then question 2) with which vaccine candidate do you agree to be dosed? And question 3) for those that choose to get dosed with a vaccine candidate: Do you change your behavior because you have been dosed with the vaccine candidate?