I'm really starting to suspect the official numbers being anywhere close to real. Out of the people closest to me: a friend took the serological test at work and she has antibodies, meaning she had contracted the disease at some point - not on official stats (no PCR) a coworker and his wife contracted the disease at a family barbecue with a lot of their other relatives; the two of them self medicated and then took a serological test 15-20 days later, she has antibodies, while his test had both indicators positive - not official cases (again, no PCR) better half's brother fell ill and tested positive, but they only gave him the serological test (they scheduled his PCR in two weeks, by then he'll hopefully be healthy) - not an official case their father's swab (lives in the same house) somehow came back negative, but he's been feeling worse and today they took him into the COVID ward - again, not a confirmed case BTW, the coworker who's still ill works in our office in another city. We spoke the other day and he told me that he had disinfected the office so that another co-worker, who's got some other medical issues, could come in safely. Say what?!