Varadkar said that last week. I reckon there's a good chance I had it in December. Regardless, once the antibody testing is reasonably widely available, I'll go get tested.
30k reported cases but they reckon the real number is 10x that.
Maybe we didn't notice it as much before xmas because the numbers were small, and those croaking it were few and far between. Plus, in the height of winter flu season everyone is gonna just assume its that.
My main problem with the theory has mostly been along the lines of thinking that if it had been here, and it was as contagious as people were saying then it would have been everywhere. However those low antibody rates in places like Sweden where they've been quite blase about allowing it to work its way through the healthier sections of the populace makes me think that maybe it isn't as easy to spread as feared (not that it means I'm going to be less cautious)