Well, I don’t think that will really make difference.
It depends on the health advice, but we know that transmissibility or the contagiousness of a virus goes up in smaller vehicles, so when you’re actually transporting people, when you’re travelling those longer distances and spending a longer time in close confines, it actually increases the likelihood of the spread of the virus.
So whilst it might sound good in theory, we do need to take the health advice on that. Unfortunately, the health consequences could be worse.
What we do need to do, though, is make sure that if there is also human error involved, we get to the bottom of it. There are thousands of unbelievably brave people working in our hotel quarantine system every day across the nation. And they do a fantastic job.