From the equipment side of things, as Dr. Lem pointed out, we certainly need to have equipment available that can go into more places than just large laboratory settings. That is something we're working on as well, having smaller-scale, multiple sample processing equipment that can go in different places like clinics and smaller hospitals, things of that nature.
As for the testing demand, yes, we need many, many more tests. There are different forms of tests. Dr. Lem and I are both focused on nucleic acid testing or RNA testing. There is other testing that has to do with serology that we will see coming on the market, but it still needs to go up by at least an order of magnitude, and that's what we are planning around in our—