I personally know 4 people who were confirmed Covid + over the course of the pandemic so far. 3 are recovered and 1 is asymptomatic 8 days after exposure.
Our state numbers are through the roof. 221,909 total cases, 3,303 new cases on Nov 1, and 5,340 deaths.
Our county isn't as bad ... a total of 916 cases over the whole pandemic and 3 deaths, but on Nov. 1, we had 42 new cases and our previous single day record was only 25 (on Oct. 30).
I am the poster child for prevention ... During our state lockdown, I didn't go ANYWHERE ... except for one walk to the end of my street and back. Even after the lockdown, when someone comes to my house (repairmen, friends, whoever), they wear a mask, using hand sanitizer as they come in and when they leave, and I still maintain my distance.
I can't wear a "mask" for an extended length of time (per doctor's orders), but I wear a gaiter (actually 2 of them) doubled over - so that is 4 layers. I also maintain a MINIMUM of 8 feet of social distance at all times, and even more if the other person isn't masked. Plus I use hand sanitizer or wash my hands every time I touch something unless I personally sanitized the surface or witnessed it being sanitized (and it is untouched between then and when I touch it). I stay home most of the time, only leaving for appointments and gymnastics ... and at the gym: I get my temp taken (forehead from a distance), I maintain my social distance, sanitize my hands, drink water, and get my steps in my own little "safe space."