In a ideal word, everyone should be tested on arrivals or better pre-boarding, but that's just impossible.
I have 6 people in my family who tested positive to the virus and a couple of friends as well, none of them had flown recently (mind you they are all home with a bad cold, others have/had barely any symptoms, 0 were hospitalized). Among quite a few people I know who flew, nada. The only person I know who passed away from COVID-19, was in his 30s but not exactly in the best health as he was close to 400 lbs.
I have been tested once for both COVID and antibody, both were negative. I will do a test again a couple days before I fly.
So, Yes, I thought about it, will take necessary precautions (masks, distancing) and continue to "live".
Of course, everyone else is free to do as they please based on their experiences and health.
Thank you for coming to my TED Talk 💃