We’re going to see a really, very highly effective storm that can journey throughout southeast Louisiana and can exit into Mississippi, most likely nonetheless at hurricane power. And this isn’t the type of storm that we usually get. That is going to be a lot stronger than we often see. And fairly frankly, in the event you had to attract up the worst doable path for a hurricane in Louisiana, it could be one thing very, very near what we’re seeing. We’re in a really harmful place with our hospitals, as you recognize. Yesterday’s depend, we nonetheless have 2,450 in our hospitals with Covid, on prime of the entire different people who’re in a hospital. And fairly frankly, evacuating our Tier 1 hospitals just isn’t going to be an choice. There aren’t hospitals with the capability to take them. And so ensuring that they will keep energy and water, have entry to the entire meals that they want and oxygen and different issues, that’s going to actually devour quite a lot of our time and a spotlight as a result of we all know that the lights might be out, energy might be out for weeks. I do know the storm is concentrated on southeast Louisiana, however we’re going to be sheltering folks throughout the state in huge numbers and for fairly a time, it seems. And the problem there, are the challenges you all the time have, however moreover, Covid. Since you don’t actually wish to hold folks in a congregate shelter any longer than completely mandatory.