We knew that, eventually, COVID would have to be acknowledged by the Mortgage Field Services Industry. And apparently last week, the State of Illinois made it abundantly clear that an infected inspector needed to include all of the homeowners that they made contact with. It was the first documented case within the Industry that I have been made aware of. And I am positive it was neither the first nor the last we will discuss. What is for sure, though, is that now we are potentially involved in superspreader activities which were addressed by the US Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) by and through a no contact Moratorium through 31 March 2021 and specifically that National Association of Mortgage Field Services (NAMFS) members made possible. Going forward, it will be interesting to see how many homeowners decide to sue NAMFS members for disregarding both the HUD Moratorium and the health and safety of homeowners.