Hello all. This is a very hard time for us all, and I'm worried about my family and friends. BH has been one of my favorite places for the last 16 years, and I consider many of you my best friends, even if we haven't met face to face. This forum has been very quiet for the last few days, and I understand each one needs to focus on their own family group. Still, I would like to hear from my friends whenever possible, and I will share how I am faring this crisis so far. I'm having a difficult time right now. I'm working in Bolivia, my kids are in Ecuador, and my wife is in Colombia. Both Ecuador and Colombia have to all effects closed their borders, and international travelers are admitted only under extreme circumstances. If I entered either country I'd be placed under quarantine for at least 14 days, hopefully at home, but still I'd run to the risk to infect my family if I were already carrying the virus. So it was with a very heavy heart that I told my wife and kids that I'll stay in Bolivia for the duration of this crisis, and I don't know when I'll see them again. My daughter's birthday is in 9 days, and I have her present here: a Pioneer DJ controller I purchased in Colombia. She dreams about becoming a DJ, and I'd love to see her mixing electronic music on that console. That will have to wait. In Bolivia the government hasn't yet declared a curfew or the suspension or work. At the plant we're still working full shifts. In fact, this month we've boosted production to unprecedented levels due to several changes I've implemented in the last two months. We're now producing more than 50% over last year's average. I'm worried that we'll have to suspend labor just when we're in such a good run. But our health and safety are first. We'll have to catch up after the crisis passes. To end with a happier tone, I'm in good health, enjoying my afternoon cycling, and have my movies and games with me. I have never been one to revel in going out and meeting people. Quite the contrary, so I'm confident I'll be able to withstand an eventual stay at home order without suffering from loneliness. And there's always BH to enjoy some silly moments with good friends!