Mr. Dixon and I thought it might be interesting to take a look at the proportionate rates, by age group, for cases, hospitalizations, and deaths, as they are calculated first for each quarter of the epidemic, and secondly, cumulatively as of the end of each quarter. Now remember, these are not per capita rates, the younger age groups have much higher populations in them then do the older ones. So keep that in mind when you look just at percent of cases by age group. The charts give you a sense of whether there are differing trends among age groups for any of these events over time, and their were. Particularly noticeable in the quarter by quarter charts is that in the spring and summer of 2021, the proportion of deaths among the elderly dropped pretty significantly. Hospitalizations across groups flattened somewhat as well. I know a lot of you may not want to believe it, but that is the effect of vaccines, which especially in the spring, were almost exclusively used in the elderly. The cumulative charts, as calculated each quarter for everything through that quarter, show a little less movement. Animations coming for those who like to see this in motion.