They already don't have a choice to cancel electives. That was put on them. Now with the situation they had, they were given an incentive to mark patients covid. And in some cases they are doing just that. In flu season the death total is always a big swag because there is the issue of whether to call it flu or pneumonia and a lot are rule pneumonia. Now a lot of the "which is it?" decisions are easily made- it's covid..You think that offsets the losses of cancelling elective procedures?