This interview will open your eyes to the unseen world that is the COVID-19 pandemic. Richie Norton interviews Casey Garland who is patient #6 in Salt Lake City, Utah and in quarantine. I was introduced to Casey from a mutual friend Britton Winterose. I asked Casey for his bio: "Casey Garland--29 years old, otherwise super healthy dude who works in software localization. I contracted the virus in Vail, CO (which is now completely shut down). Living with my wife and 2 year old who have almost certainly caught the virus as well." The interview takes place on March 16, 2020 just as the USA wakes up to the impacts and implications of COVID-19 and social distancing becomes the new normal. Gathering places like restaurants and event are closed down. The nation is being asked to not meet in groups larger than 10. Major cities worldwide are shutting doors, countries shutting borders and the future is unknown. COVID-19 carriers are rarely speaking up. The world fears contracting the Coronavirus and little is known about what to do if you do. Casey, however, is an open book. Richie asks unusual questions to get unique insights into what happens when you get the Coronavirus, how to confirm if you have it or not, what to do, what not to do and what it feels like. Learn what life is like in self-quarantine for Casey with his family who have now also likely been infected. Learn why they've been asked to stay home (instead of having COVID-19 confirmed by a doctor) and how 14-day quarantines stack on 14-day quarantines as the rest of the family gets sick. Casey's answers may shock you (or not) and this interview will open your eyes to the unseen world that is the COVID-19 pandemic.