It's a REALLY long story, but my extremely high risk wife 'may' have been exposed to wuflu.
Her doctor's office doesn't perform testing so referred her to a local facility that does.
She had a lengthy conversation with a PA from that facility and, after advising the PA that she had been taking Hydroxychloroquine for over 25 years, she learned some interesting things.
The staff at this facility doesn't understand the hysteria surrounding the use of Hydroxychloroquine, or the reasons for Fauci's continual warnings about it's use. (Though they "have their suspicions".)
In this area, at least, it is commonly used as a regular, and important part of their treatment protocols for even the most critically ill patients, with great results.
The PA advised my wife that, while the data was insufficient for any clear conclusion, their observations even
seemed to indicate that patients who had been using Hydroxychloroquine, long term, were sometimes less likely to be severely impacted by the virus, even though they were prescribed the drug for underlying conditions that SHOULD make them more susceptible to it. She cautioned my wife that, should she contract the virus, her symptoms MIGHT be so minor that it could be similar to a mild to moderate cold, and to be hyper aware of this. This is still a deadly virus and there was never any attempt by the PA to downplay the danger, but she did point out that while case numbers may be climbing, deaths have remained flat, regionally at least.
My wife has numerous auto-immune conditions and consequently has regular visits with her primary care physician, rheumatologist, gastroenterologist and cardiologist. All are aware of the various medications used to treat my wife and none has ever expressed any concern over Hydroxychloroquine except her primary care physician. His concerns are focused on the possibility that long term use can cause vision issues, so my wife has annual evaluations at a laser and cataract clinic.
I've no medical training beyond a CPR card, and am certainly not presenting this as any kind of medical advice.
I'm just relaying some information from a medical professional that I found to be rather interesting.