Yes. Our sector was negatively impacted strictly because our distribution channels closed down, both in the U.S. and in Canada. When the wave hit at the beginning of COVID, as you're all well aware, toilet paper took front stage, and so did purchasing non-perishable groceries.
What happened was that distribution channels stopped handling flowers for a period of time, and that coincided exactly with Easter. That was our catastrophe. During that Easter time, we couldn't sell an indoor flowering plant, and a lot of the floriculture products have a shelf life that's a lot shorter. When their shelf life is over, they land in the garbage.
We're not anticipating that type of intensity because we all have experienced the first wave. The only question is, what stays open and what doesn't stay open and how does that affect us? At this point, we're not absolutely sure, but my best calculation is that it won't be as bad as last time.