With regard to the quality of goods, because it's medical equipment and personal protective equipment, making sure they meet standard is always paramount. It's something that we have been worried about from day one with our colleagues at the Public Health Agency, who are responsible for the actual testing.
As we talked about at this committee, there were some quality issues early on, some temporary and some ongoing. I would also highlight that even when you stand up domestic manufacturing, where someone is producing something for the first time, you have to make sure it's properly tested before it's put into the system. It's something that we continually monitor and test.
On the mask front, which is the one that got the most attention, we haven't had any new failed tests lately, but Health Canada will continue to test new products, and products as they come in, to make sure they're suitable before they go into the system. There have been no major issues recently, but that doesn't mean we're not still checking.