So you’ve been talking a lot about the number of patients, the percentage of patients actually, that are dying on ventilators. When did you first notice this trend? So in preparation of opening what became a full COVID positive intensive care unit, I scoured the data to see what was out there and, obviously, those that have experienced it before us, primarily the Chinese and the Italians, it was hard to find the rate of what we call successful extubation… meaning someone was put on a ventilator and taken off. That data is still hard to find, and I imagine there’s a lot of people still on ventilators, but from the data we have available it appears to be somewhere between 50 and 90 percent, and it seems that most reports or published data put it around 70 percent. That’s a very very high percentage, in general, when one thinks of a medical disease.