Testing, testing, testing.
It's the message that all government and its health authorities are talking about lately.
Why does it matter? How else can you make sure the coronavirus isn't lying around waiting for a chance to come back.
There's plenty of resources being thrown around to make it as easy as possible.
Murrumbidgee Local Health District are testing at Griffith Base Hospital and they've got a mobile testing van doing the rounds around the Riverina and the MIA.
Meanwhile, the Commonwealth Government has shelled funding for a respiratory clinic to be opened at Binya Street.
This week the city's Local Health Advisory Committee is launching a campaign to encourage people get tested.
Granted, it's not an easy thing to get out of the way, people are being asked to self-isolate after they get the test and before they get the results.
But, how good is that piece of mind getting the confirmation that you don't have it?
Something to think about.
Declan Rurenga, editor