I do not view everyone I come into contact with as some sort of biological enemy.
I do not view everyone I touch or see as a contaminated source of filth. I never have and I'm not about to start. That's not how a healthy Mind works.
When you are perpetually fearful of germs, you are living in a degraded mental state, ridiculously straining to isolate yourself from a world of microbes you cannot control the movement of...
How long must you live in an isolated state to convince yourself that you are safe?
Maybe government officials will tell you when you can come out of your hide-ee hole?
When you are fearful of human contact, mentally you are not taking responsibility for your own health.
There are many more factors that determine infection than just benign virus material
Virus material is not the only thing needed for infection to occur. Viruses need an opportunistic environment, a terrain that is conducive to their survival.
While vague virus material can be detected on virtually anyone, anywhere, this should be the least of your concerns. It is your responsibility to make sure that this virus material is not replicating by the millions inside your body. You don't accomplish that through avoidance and perpetual paranoia. You do that by equipping your immune system, first adapting it to its environment and getting fresh oxygen and sunshine.
There are multiple facets of the human immune system that make sure virus material does not multiply and take hold. Your microbiome is a powerful epicenter of immune system communication that spurs B-cells to action. Your lungs contain surface surveillance proteins called mannose binding lectins that detect invading threats and stop them from taking hold. Your thymus gland sends out immune defense molecules and vitamin C ensures that the thymus stays resilient into old age. Vitamin D, processed within the skin after sunlight exposure, modulates the innate and adaptive immune responses once the vitamin D receptors are expressed on immune cells (B cells, T cells, and antigen-presenting cells.).
Viruses are potentially benign, only one minor component to disease. There's so much more to human immunity that factors into infectious disease incidence. Your CDC and incompetent governments aren't helping you understand these important aspects that impact your resilience to disease. Your government are not protecting you - they are limiting your abilities, keeping you in the dark about where health comes from, while wreaking havoc on your daily life and adding stress to your current situation.
In the face of all the paranoia, you have to make the many virtuous facets of your immune system stronger, so you do not become the vessel of virus transmission that you fear in others.
Why not strengthen what you have control of, instead of pointing the blame at external mechanisms? Why strain to control something outside of you,
something you have no power to control the movement of?
If you are sickly, stay home and rest, but if you're well, live strong!
The world needs strong people who build immunity to an ever-adapting world of pathogens. The world needs populations who collectively build natural herd immunity to protect the weak. The world needs people who can care for the sick and old, not a paranoid population that hides in fear and doesn't take care of themselves.
Note: The term herd immunity was first used in 1923. It was recognized as a naturally occurring phenomenon in the 1930s when it was observed that after a significant number of children had become immune to measles, the number of new infections temporarily decreased, including among susceptible children.