That's pretty much the attitude that students at the University of Oklahoma exhibited when I went out on campus to talk to them about the Swine Flu.
I actually saw just one OU student a couple days ago walking around with a surgical mask on, which the majority of the students I interviewed believed to be pretty radical and extreme, not necessary. One of the girls I talked to happened to be a zoology major and told me about how masks won't really help keep you safe from this flu seeing as how it's a virus and therefore too minuscule to be hindered by covering one's face like that.
Despite there being recent outbreaks in the Texas and Kansas, as well as the first U.S. death from the flu coming from the Lone Star State, Oklahoma students, for the most part, say that they'll be worried once there are outbreaks in Oklahoma and in the Norman area, which has largely been diagnosed as negative for the Swine Flu.
Only time will tell if this trend continues.