LOL. Actually at first I was thinking the same way. Wouldn't be the first time I felt off for a while after being in Mexico. The slight fever gave me pause so I decided to get tested.
July 17-24. Running total is 19 positive test from that trip. So far I'm the only one that didn't test positive
Jannet and I were there 21, 22, 23 we didn't get it either. Not sure about the other 1200 people that were there that week.
Different people throughout the week, not staying there all on the same day, every day Ave occupancy = let's say 70% weekends, 40% weekdays. Ave = 48% per day across a week 426 rooms @ 2 per room = 852 people (a small percentage have 1 and a small percentage have 3 so call it canceling out). That's at 100% so multiply by estimated ave occupancy (48%) = 408 people any one time on average each day Average stay = 5 days. Means every day 20% of people (82) are replaced by a different 20% as people leave and others arrive and take their place. In 5 days the whole place has turned over completely with new people. In 7 days it turns over once plus another 40% 5 days at complete turnover = 408 x 2 = 816 people. 7 days = 980 So, a bit off with my initial guess of 1200. But not too far off. The point being that a sample size of a small group of friends (19 out of 980 - less than 2%) is too small to draw any meaningful conclusions for the overall 'population'. It's best to assume that there will always be Covid inside the resort at all times, I do. Temptation is not the only place in the world where the virus doesn't, nor will ever, exist. But then we all accepted that before we headed out there, didn't we?
I bought some Vitamin C with Zinc today and also Airborne. I will start taking them today in prep for the TTR week (starting tomorrow). So basically I'm saying that I am feeling petty invincible, and Corona will get a hell of a fight if it tries to step into the ring with me.
Yes, I know as you have stated this previously. Me neither. Once I do “break the seal” it is a trip to the b-room every 11-13 minutes! But then there are those people that NEVER get out of the pool all day long