A friend who was studying for his test brought up an interesting question. How will ham radio testing continue in areas that are completely shut down? Will they postpone all testing until this passes or will they try to figure out a way to do it online? Seems like the perfect time for people to study and take a test but no option to do it from home. I know I've done insurance testing and some other type classes online. Seems like they could do ham radio lessons and testing online. Will be interesting to see if anything comes out of it. I know it's hard for many people to get their license if there aren't any tests nearby or they only happen infrequently. Maybe we could bring more young people to the hobby if they could study and do it online. I know my insurance courses kept track of the number of hours and you had to complete info at the end of each section. The tests were also timed so you probably could try to cheat but it would be hard. Regardless, you ended up learning the stuff just because you had to spend so many hours reading through it. Might be a good option, at least for entry level.