It's going to be with us for a while Bob, that's for sure, but don't forget, testing positive for a trace of the virus may mean nothing for many people, but people with certain conditions could be affected more. (there must be a trigger somewhere) I remember my previous boss at work saying, "I've never been sick in my life" and I said to him, "You'll probably just going to drop dead one day then, if something different comes along". He didn't have an answer, so I'd be interested to see if he gets past this lot.
We are at 210 'cases' now and slowly going up, only 1 in ICU (don't know the age) Not too worried, can't do anything about it other than keeping away from people, masks etc, so not a lot of use worrying. Every time I go out and get back home, I spray my mask with Isopropyl alcohol, just in case of contamination. Felt a bit odd today, but I think that's just spring fever, (and wearing cheap backup supermarket glasses while my proper ones are having the new lenses adjusted. ) Had to happen right now, as I'll be waiting for weeks after this lockdown, and these are giving me headaches )