I went for my routine blood test, and while the nurse was pricking my thumb and smearing it into the machine that determines if something wicked this way comes, we got to chatting about Covid.
She told me that she had it in February 2020.
She hadn't been abroad. So she caught it from someone in England. Community transmission. In February 2020.
This means that Covid was spreading fast, long before our half-baked government was even thinking about action. Long before I decided to go into lockdown.