The short answer is “kind of.” There are ticket tests that we've done a pilot of at InSite. They're like those pregnancy tests—those little bars—but they can only detect fentanyl, not some of the other illicit opioids that we're seeing out there, and we don't know how well they work. This was just a pilot.
Some of the challenges we're having under the Controlled Drugs and Substances Act are that the people who work at InSite cannot handle the drugs, so the people themselves have to test their own drug. It's a bit tricky and complicated, and they need some help.
There are some mass spectrometer machines that can do a better job at detecting what is in substances, but again, they have to be used by somebody. That's where we think we can get helpful exemptions under the Controlled Drugs and Substances Act to allow that service to be available more widely in places. It is illegal for me to test someone's drug for them at the moment.