SEAN HANNITY (HOST): Everybody knows the vaccine's available pretty much now to anyone, if you're over 16. Everybody knows what level of risk they want to take. Look, my attitude is, you know, do your studying, know the science to the best that we can even say we have science involved in any of this, because they've gotten so much wrong, the great Dr. Fauci has been wrong so often. And the only thing I would ask everyone is to be considerate of other people, especially older people, those with compromised immune systems, comorbidities, grandma, grandpa, mom, and dad. So that if, you know, at this point, I would assume that they're probably vaccinated. At least they have the opportunity to get it, and if they didn't, if they choose -- that's another thing, why do you have to answer the question, "Well, have you gotten your vaccine yet? Which vaccine did you get?" How about it’s none of your business. How about -- “Well, what do you mean, you're not going to get vaccinated?” How about that's a choice between an individual and a doctor. I’m very pro-science, I‘m not anti-vaccine, but I'm also -- medical -- I am also a libertarian believer in medical privacy. It's unbelievable everyone wants to know. It’s like everyone now, I will tell you, I probably would have told people my decision until everyone started demanding that I tell them what my decision is.