We don’t really know when we are going to start because we are waiting for the government and society’s recommendations. We are facing a plateau and a little drop in the number of cases so we are happy about it. We are looking forward to these recommendations, hopefully, it will be either late May or June. But this is a hope, it’s nothing official. And what are we going to do, probably, we are going to start building testing protocols for patients and practitioners, for cleaning staff. It is important to know which patients that the patient is safe. When it comes to the patient who comes to the clinic, we want to know the status of the workers. Which one has been infected and already cured. Which one has not been infected and is at risk but not infected, or which one can’t work because it’s in an infective phase of the sickness. As to the workers, we are going to recommend them to stay home if they are infective and the other ones we will take strict measures or less strict depending on their status. For patients, it is going to be the same probably. If the patient is one of the thirty percent of the population that already had the COVID infection and is already cured, theoretically, it would be safe to go through treatment if PCR is negative.
IgG, which is the marker for pure is positive and IgM for the SARS is negative if the patient is susceptible to get the infection. That would be the thing just informing the patient and probably recommending specific preventive measures. For these patients it would be the way to go and also if they are infected at this time, we would recommend not to start and wait.