There are a couple of questions in there. You're right, and that's why we use a lot of local manufacturers as well in Canada, for things like sanitizers, etc.
I think you've hit on the two big issues. The last one would be raw materials. For example, with regard to something like melt-blown, which is used for the middle layer to filtrate in medical-grade masks, there are no manufacturers here in Canada. They're in Asia, and there are seven in the United States. So just making sure we have the raw materials available to make them is extremely important—or at least to be able to stockpile them. That would change some strategy going forward.
I feel that there's a third question, or something else you might have said that I missed.