In one of the boldest moves to fight coronavirus yet, Los Angeles County has completely removed itself from all maps in order to hide from coronavirus.

The move to remove the county from maps should last for about 3 months, county officials said, and should help area residents completely hide from the virus. The country will not be visible on any GPS system or physical maps.

“This is a great step toward keeping us safe,” California Gov. Gavin Newsom said Friday. “It’ll never find us this way. Assuming this goes well, we can enter phase 1 of our 48 step reopening plan sometime in August of this year or next.”

It is unclear if the rest of the state will disappear.