I really really don't want to jinx it, but things really start to be looking up on the vaccine front here in Ireland. We're currently doing around 55k vaccines a day and uptake so far is incredibly high. We've already overtaken the US in terms of percentage of adults fully vaccinated, which is crazy considering they completely raced ahead of us at the start. Our re-opening has been very cautious and a bit nonsensical at times however. It is crazy living on the border with NI, there definitely seems to be a major difference in attitudes towards Covid north of the border compared to the south.