I just did, and recommend you do the same, but like all of these things, it can be a struggle!
In a nutshell, once varroa gets established (and there's not enough being done to prevent it, if we even can) the industry may change drastically, hobbyists will drop out like they have everywhere else due to the cost and stress of battling it, and there's a chance we will see a shift to the massive pollination agri-businesses similar to the US did to meet demand, but conversely farming will need to pay more to meet the higher cost of operation due to difficulty in keeping bees alive.
Science and AQIS are underfunded and underskilled to deal with the quarantine issues we're facing. More research is needed, but there's a lack of suitably trained personnel.
More should have been done after the "More Than Honey" report, but wasn't.
Mostly, it seemed to me, the message is "Somebody should do something about this sort of thing".