I'll give a first try at that question, and then hopefully my colleagues from the Public Health Agency can complement that.
Basically, providing health is a provincial jurisdiction. Each province has its own guidelines to move forward on how it will deal with that type of infection. This is also why we have this federal framework. However, we understand that if we don't have a partnership with provinces, it will be complicated to try to integrate all the knowledge that we have to have better practice at the end. It's really to try to embed and integrate all the provinces together so that there's more uniformity, so that we'll have maybe one or two guidelines that we could follow—and I'm not talking about universal protocols. In my opinion, we have 13 different health systems, and it's a question of trying to integrate when possible.
I don't know whether Howard has something to add to this.