Italy as of 2017, with an elderly population, has a death rate significantly higher than the U.S. at 10.4/1000, in comparison to the U.S. at, I think, 8.2. That means that a bit more than 1/100 Italians die in a given year. With a national population of about 60 million, that means that roughly 600,000 die per year in a normal year. That is about 1643 people per day. Yesterday alone over 600 people died in Italy from Coronavirus and over 6,000 have died from it, most of them in the past two weeks. So, there is clearly a lot of extra mortality in those numbers beyond the normal, which is why they are storing bodies in churches and so forth and their hospitals overrun. If our politicians wanted to be able to know just what the situation was in this country and to be able to isolate those who are carrying the disease and all those they've been in contact with over the past two weeks, we could beat this quickly. As it is, tests are very hard to come by and there is no national coordinated action. The exponential growth of the cases tells us very clearly that we are going to be seeing very big numbers within the next ten days, not merely of positives, but deaths. Already with partial reporting today, the cases surpassed 48,000 in the U.S., with 5,000 additional over night, and so, it seems we are going to be continuing 30+% growth per day by tonight, and that rate applies to deaths as well.