|The most negative thing that’s happening right now is around mental health. And I have a paper out on that, that’s a preprint, and there’s several other studies, one I just saw today, from those who administer the General Social Survey, they sample in May, looking at happiness and happiness is at a 50 year low. And we find in our paper, big increases in mental distress. There’s census data, US Census Bureau administer data, looking at anxiety and depression that is also increased by quite a bit during the pandemic. I think it’s really clear that we have a mental health crisis on our hands. So we have to keep that in mind, that that’s real. That yes, you know, sometimes you’re gonna have great examples of resilience and there are a lot of positives, but that for a significant number of people looks like it’s up to a third of people, there’s some pretty serious mental distress, anxiety and depression going on, probably from the social isolation, from the anxiety around possibly catching the illness, and, of course around economic disruptions, which don’t look like they’re going away anytime soon.