With respect to January, I would say any decisions that were made early on in the year were largely commercial in nature. I would say the more pointed changes that we experienced would have come in late April and into early May, where we saw the border constraints continuing to be extended, and as a result, we suspended our service because traffic had been down significantly. Canadians are able to fly into the United States, but U.S. passengers are not able to come into Canada, and when they return, both of those are subject to a 14-day quarantine. That had a hugely significant down-draft effect on passenger demand.
When you look at the early part of the year, many of those decisions on the network, if any, would have been commercially related. Later into the second quarter, they were largely COVID-related as a result of border restrictions being imposed.