INFECTIOUS IN COMMUNITY: I just wanted to explain what that term means because I think a lot of people are misunderstanding it. If someone who has tested positive to the virus was 'infectious in the community', it doesn't necessarily mean they've been breaking isolating rules. In almost all cases, it means they were unknowingly infectious before they or a household contact had tested positive. For example, a man contracts the virus unknowingly at work. The next day, he and his wife go out to do essential shopping or exercise together. The next day, the man tests positive. Both the man and his wife have to isolate. Three days later his wife tests positive while in isolation. They were both therefore infectious in community before any test. I hope that explains things!