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A COVID-19/vaccine/social-distancing/health insurance survey of 1,000 U.S. adults has found one thing most can agree on: most would like to opt out of 2020.
Specifically, Mountain View, California-based healthinsurance.com found that 89% are looking forward to New Year’s Eve and saying goodbye to 2020, according to the results of the online survey conducted earlier this month and released Monday.
Putting a spotlight on consumer health care behavior, the survey found mixed results in other categories: 20% increased their health insurance coverage due to COVID-19; 35% are afraid of contracting COVID-19 due to cost of treatment; 48% say COVID-19 has caused tension in their family; and 56% will still worry about COVID-19 even after a vaccine comes to market.
And while many agreed that 2020 has to go, the highest number of respondents — 93% — think the vaccine should be free for all.
Insure.com, an online life insurance marketplace owned by QuinStreet Inc., on Wednesday released its latest calculation of Santa’s potential annual earnings, finding that “the beloved essential worker” should earn more than $157,000 this year.