You can't get them here. It's my understanding that there are a couple of obstacles. One is the market. The companies behind it don't necessarily see it as marketable option to go through the regulatory regime in Canada. The federal government could expedite that regulatory regime, and some of these tests are actually being made in Canada. The company is in Richmond, British Columbia. They're making instant tests, and they're not being sold in Canada. They're selling them around the world, so there's also a little bit of an economic issue here where we could be supporting homegrown businesses to do more of that.
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