Mr. President, just a quick clarification on the total quarantine you're talking about for New York City? [Inaudible] Well, we're looking at it. We're looking at it, and we'll be making a decision. A lot of the states that are infected, that don't have a big problem, they've asked me if I'd look at it. So, we're going to look at it, and it'll be for a short period of time, if we do it at all. Would it be -- would you call out the National Guard? It'll be New York, it'll be New York, parts of Connecticut and parts of New Jersey. [Inaudible] close down the subway, close down the bridges? No, we won't do that. We're talking about leaving New York. Leaving New York. They go to Florida, and a lot of people don't want that. So, we'll see what happens. We're going to make a decision. Do you need the military for that? Would you call up the Guard? We're not going to need much, and the people of New York, they understand it better than anybody, and they'll be great. I'll speak to the governor about it later. [Inaudible] Yeah, we have a great oversight, a great oversight committee. We have a lot of people watching, and it's a wonderful thing we've done for the workers and for the citizens. It's really potentially $6.2 trillion, and a lot of people are going to work, and it'll bring back the economy, I think, very fast, okay? [Inaudible] Well, they couldn't be criticizing me, because we got a unanimous vote. How can they possibly criticize me. They just gave me -- she's saying they're criticizing me, the Democrats. Why did they vote for it? We got a unanimous vote. Thank you.