First, before the pandemic, I’ve been working in the field and it’s the compassion of supporting the vulnerable community. I have a daughter myself, and she’s on a tier 1 level with autism, and it was a life changing experience for me. So for years, over 15 years actually, I’ve been a public servant, so it’s within my nature to serve. The pandemic just gives us the stance to become safer or better at doing things in a safe manner. I just haven’t stopped working. This is a vulnerable population, so it’s important, and if you’re a humanitarian, you understand.