Hello bro! I like the empathy that you discussed in adding the control policy of the disease, sometimes we fail to act on it in our interactions and knowing the concerns of the individuals. Another one is that adaptative and collaborative management would be also workable in the COVID-19 pandemic in the country. One of our projects also practiced reducing the number of people in group sharing sessions and was led by the camp volunteer when the staff were not allowed to join the camp at that time. I would consider these all contributed to the maximum benefits for the participants and followed the principle of non-maleficence.