Or maybe you will be able to hunt, but you’ll have to do it wearing a surgical mask and gloves. Field dressing and butchering will require a hazmat suit. And you will have to carry a swab kit to immediately collect a sample from your still twitching harvest to send in for mandatory testing. And after every venison meal, you will have to quarantine for an as yet undetermined number of days, but probably forty. Barely an inconvenience, though, for those who, like me, live to hunt.
(Bet it’s nothing to do with RT-PCR sensitivity to even the shadow cast by something remotely resembling SARS-CoV-2. Okay, I’d lose that bet, but . . .)