A coworker of mine that sits closes to me was diagnosed with Covid. That was more than a month ago, but she got first symptoms on a Friday, and in that office space we aren’t using masks, share same doors and use same lunchroom. I’ve been there all that time, no time off. She got the virus, nobody else in the office did (we tested). So, I have a very real life example of how it works, and all coworkers that interacted with her are fine just like me. We all had back to back mild colds back in January-February, and this coworker is new - she is the only one who got it, which leads me to believe that we all had Covid back at the beginning of the year. Problem is - it’s easy to get tested for the virus, but next to impossible to get tested for antibodies, therefore the state scares a ton of people for no reason without providing any means to challenge the restrictions with scientific findings. At the beginning of the year we were told the virus is highly contagious and spreads before any symptoms show up. Wouldn’t that mean that we all should have had it by now?