The numbers you are seeing in the papers are no more than 10% or actual cases. Firstly there are people who have few symptoms - they will not get tested in more cases and they will be spreaders. Then we have to realise it takes days from when someone gets infected to when the positive result is recorded. Lastly the testing criteria are very limited. Many people who are surely now getting infected are outside the testing criteria and thus will not be tested. So bad luck - I really dont think so. If you are at work, if your children are at school, if you are in regular contact with unknown people or people not in your close circle, if you are going to places and touching things that many other people touch (e.g. petrol bowser, atm touch screens etc) - then you are at a much higher risk of contracted COVID19. Its a 1 in 10 lottery. 9 out of 10 win and the rest will not be so lucky. Take care of yourself.