Not really. We have entered Fase 2 but I consider it extremely dangerous. I understand the need to restart for people whose firms are close to failure and workers who need not to lose their job, but today (the way I predicted) there were many fools who didn't respect any rule and walked around, clearly doing nothing, maybe in groups, maybe without respecting 1 metre distance, maybe without a mask or pretending that a 50-cent-mask can protect them from everything. I expect a return to fase 1 at some point and things would get very bad if that happened because firms would fail and workers would lose their jobs, with consequences which would be so bad to be unpredictable. Similarly, we would have situations similar to Bergamo in any part of Italy if a return to fase 1 didn't happen under these conditions, so it would mean that we have brought firms close to failure (or to failure in some cases) and increased the debt of Italy towards other countries for no reason!How are you doing, Toni? Is everyday life sort of getting back to normal?