How are you judging when and how to return to the office?
I can share some of the principles we are using. Again, our No. 1 priority is the safety and health of our employees. And we are redesigning our plans with that as a key priority. We are looking at those jobs that we think productivity is impacted by not being in the office--which are many jobs around R&D, many jobs around manufacturing. And we're giving priority to these employees as we plan to return. We are doing that with lots of measures and actions to protect their health--social distancing, seating them in a bigger distance in the office, temperature checks, much more frequent cleaning of the offices. Any action that we think is necessary, we're taking it to protect the employees. It's going to be a small percentage of the total number of employees. Those that can do their work from home, they're going to be coming to the office very slowly. In some cases during the summer, in some cases in the fall, in some cases early next year--because we don't want to take any unnecessary risk from that event.