Yeah, I would recommend to trust the citizens more and to listen at scale. Those are my two main suggestions. For example, during COVID in Taiwan, in April 2020, there was a case where there’s a professional worker in a hostess bar, part of the nightlife district, that gets diagnosed. But she didn’t, initially, for the first day, disclose that she’s a professional working in the nightlife district because her code of ethics usually says that the anonymity of her patrons needs to be protected. While she worked with the medical office on the second day, there was a huge backlash. There were a load of people clamoring on social media, saying that, the Central Epidemic Command Center should shut down the nightlife district, or should put the business owner to jail or at least fine them, or things like that.