While more than eight out of 10 Asian Americans indicated they would get a COVID-19 vaccine if one were available today, and just over six out of 10 white and Hispanic adults indicated they would get vaccinated, just over 4 out of 10 African Americans said they would get the vaccine. African Americans' skepticism towards a vaccine that is not yet approved by the FDA is well understood. But do we have time to wait and see how it goes? Join our hosts, Dr. Christina Greer and Dr. Jason Johnson, as they talk with special guest Florencia Greer Polite a Medical Doctor about why it was important to her to take the vaccine and why she feels like you should too. It’s time to separate fact from fiction about the cost-benefit of the vaccine. Of course, there is time to talk about the far left insurgency assault on the capitol and how America now knows what black people always have. With millions of lives at balance, it’s time to find out “What’s in it for US”?