A very difficult subject, indeed, but something that potentially will affect all of us in the not-so-distant future. There is an official website that gives the most accurate report of cases around the world https://gisanddata.maps.arcgis.com/apps/opsdashboard/index.html#/bda7594740fd40299423467b48e9ecf6 Now, a week ago The United States was at 16-25 reported cases. Now, as of this post, it's up to 56. Of course, China and South Korea are having a massive breakout of the virus and in Europe, Italy is having issues of its own. My ultimate fear is that we trust our own governments to handle this problem for us. The scary thing is, besides this virus continues to spread like wildfire, is the effect it will have on the economies of the world. Already, shipments from China are being delayed and the airline industry could tumble if we stop worldwide travel. Personally, I think as long as travel continues between affected countries, the spread is going to continue at alarming rates. I was going to travel across the United States this Summer, but put those plans on hold for now. I don't want to be flying in germ incubators and one doesn't know how bad the virus will spread over the next few months. I certainly wouldn't want to book a cruise at this point. I would hate to think of what conditions would be like to live within an affected zone. I hate to paint a doomsday picture of this, but unless drastic measures are taken to contain this virus, it could very well get to the point that this will affect someone we know. I am sorry to paint such a bleak picture. Like all of you, I worry. One feels like this situation is totally out of our hands and we really depend on the right measures to be taken to ensure our safety.