Wishing you a speedy recovery. Thankful for the update. This virus is obviously making it tough all round for employees, business owners and for our overall health. That being said, I’d encourage all to definitely make an informed decision, whatever that decision might end up being, when it comes to travel. Consider very consistent hand hygiene, masks and limited exposure to potentially infected persons, particularly weeks before travel. This to protect yourself and other travelers of course. Be diligent as you travel through airports about masks and hand hygiene. Remain very cognizant of individuals that your decisions may directly impact and their particular health risk profiles. For example, If you are in your mid 20s but returning to a home with two elderly diabetics, you might want to proactively plan on quarantining away from them for a time till you are confident you are not asymptomatic but still a spreader, or decide to not travel at all. Too often I am seeing whole families infected, and it coming down to one or two family members’ travel decisions. Our elderly, our diabetics and some of our obese patients are not doing very well with this disease. I feel it is the best way to strike a balance among our physical, emotional and financial health needs.