The reopening of America is a complex calculation, comprised of the need for a recovering economy and a significant health risk. There has been little clear information about a number of factors that are troubling to me and I hope they may be of at least concern to you. With 30 million plus people out of work as the enhanced unemployment expires, what will the citizens be able to pay for, obviously, it will be significantly diminished as compared to their recent consumer history. Will businesses that open have enough customers to survive, or will these business owners deplete their last remaining resources to open and then find that they are in a worse economic position a few weeks into this process? Given the fact that no state has met the criteria for testing, we will only know the results- more, less cases or the same. The latter would be an interesting result. Will the public simply stay away in large numbers, will there be a mix of all of these things occurring simultaneously throughout the country with different outcomes in regions, counties, cities, etc.?