The report of an almost even split among parents when asked whether they will get their youngsters vaccinated against the coronavirus when vaccines become widely available isn’t particularly surprising to me. But what is interesting is that 14 percent of the parents surveyed by pollsters for Axios/Ipsos say they haven’t made up their minds on the issue. 44 percent of surveyed parents with children between the ages of 5 and 11 say they will likely get their kids vaccinated when they can. 42 percent of parents say they won’t likely choose to do so. When it comes to adult vaccinations I haven’t found many people at all who haven’t made up their minds on how they feel about getting vaccinated themselves. When Coronavirus vaccines do become widely available to younger children you can be sure there will be a concerted attempt on the part of health officials to convince moms and dads to have their youngsters roll up their sleeves in hopes of curbing the spread of Covid19. That’s the way I see it.