I know three people who got tested. One in a nursing home and one who works in the medical field. One tested positive and the other, fortunately did not, both from my state. The 3rd person, a friend of our relatives from NY, sadly passed away, she was in her late 50s.
My state has a lot of cases, I think we're 8th or 9th in the 10 worst hit states. After an initial early jump, the cases have been slower, yet still very steady.
My understanding from what I've read is, the most practical and safest way to return to 'normal' is to have folks do an antibody test rather than the diagnostic test. Folks who show antibodies would be the first to return to work.
I guess the antibody test is cheaper and quicker than the diagnostic one. Maybe that's why they're closing the pop-up testing sites?
My fear is with all the quickly changing, conflicting and confusing information, folks will start to feel complacent and take more risks, which in turn puts more of the communities at risk.