“I had been isolated since April 1st. Scientists state that the incubation period can be anywhere from two to fourteen days, although fourteen days, or longer, is rare. Where would I have picked it up? I had had almost no exposure to any other person for more than two weeks. In any case, by the second week, I started to feel a little better. Still unusually exhausted, but I thought that might just be quarantine malaise.” Carolyn Kormann in The New Yorker: How Did I Catch the Coronavirus? Most people who get it are wondering the same thing, and will never know the answer.

+ Buzzfeed: Convalescent Plasma Is Looking Like A Coronavirus Success Story.