We printed this back in April when the coronoavirus was fairly new to us. We didn't know how bad it was going to get so a lot of us didn't use any of our vacation days. Now that we have a better feel of what to expect (?!?!) with the pandemic, are you still holding those days back in reserve?

So it's still the $64,000 question. You are still working and you feel like you need to take a few days off but you want to hang onto those days for later this year when things hopefully get back to whatever normal used to be. Of course at this point we pretty much know that normal isn't going to take place for a while. So,what do you?

For some having those days off are not in the picture. Maybe vacation/paid-time off days have been used just make sure a paycheck would still be coming in.

For those still working and accumulating the time off, taking time off can be a hard decision right now. Would you rather have the availability to go to a sporting event later in the year, i.e., a Chiefs game or some other event that will allow you to be there in person? Or do you take the time off just to recharge your batteries from all this coronavirus stuff.

It can definitely be a dilemma for some. Of course, currently it's still near impossible to go on any type of vacation due to various individual health restrictions due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

So what do you think?