Thank you for the question. This one has been in the media more recently.
First and foremost, our officers, from the time they're hired through their training in Rigaud, go through extensive sensitivity training with regard to cultures and how they will come into contact with people from all over the world.
This particular situation, notwithstanding all the training they undertake, is really a public health situation, so all individuals entering the country now at 10 airports are questioned. It is not discriminatory in terms of nationality. It is for all travellers arriving from abroad.
Our officers are very well trained. We have strong supervision. We have training that reinforces that at all times. In practice now, we are trying to determine whether someone has perhaps been in a zone that has had some exposure. Right now we are concentrating on Wuhan in Hubei province and identifying those individuals so we can do the health assessment that's expected of us at the border, and if it is deemed necessary, we can refer to the Public Health Agency of Canada.
It's something that our officers have been attuned to in practice, and it is certainly something that we have been reinforcing in light of the particular events of this day.