I hope CV did not catch up with 7 of 20. He hasn’t been here for about a month.
I've thought the same. Being a doc, he's more exposed.
Speaking of exposure, I mentioned some months ago that I was in contact with someone who may have had CoVid-19 at the time - my car mechanic Chuck.
He had just returned from vacation and let's just say he was looking the opposite of refreshed. Two weeks later I came back to the car service department to find out that Chuck was off on sick leave. Fast forward to last week, and I asked Chuck outright if he had CoVid-19 at that time. He said yes! If I was indeed infected from him, the worst I got was a little phlegm in my throat in the morning a few days later.
Canada has only recently announced it will be buying kits for SARS-2 antibody testing. If an individual wants to get tested of his own initiative, it will cost between $200 and $400. Problem is, perhaps most people who have been infected probably never even got to the antibody response phase, because their T-cell response was adequate. So their blood serum antibody test will show up as negative, as if they never had it.