I would say we're constantly monitoring all the measures that we have in place. We've embedded a lot of the regulatory measures, the health check measures, the face covering and temperature screening into what's called an interim order that expires every 14 days. That's why you see our renewing it. It also allows us a rollback mechanism. There is no way we can predict how long these measures will be in place. They'll be in place as long as they are required. We also don't want an industry that has particular measures in place when the risk is no longer there, to put a burden on an industry to not solve a problem.
Right now we have a goal that we want to reduce all risks with regard to the air industry becoming a vector for the virus. That's what we're putting in place. When we evaluate and see that maybe there's a mechanism or measure that we have in place that's no longer required, we'll have a rollback mechanism to remove that.