The thing is COVID is definitely one of those "it just takes one jerk to ruin it for everybody" kind of things.
Dang, I really wanted, needed to see some football this year, but it just isn't going to happen. Too many moving pieces to keep everyone safe.
If somebody is running a fever, has a cough, or has been notified that they've been around somebody who had/has COVID-19 they're probably getting tested if they have the ability to. That's how contact tracing is supposed to work, and it's a recipe for high test numbers/low-ish positives.
There was somebody who was ID'd as testing positive for it in one of the buildings at my job and I bet everybody who came in contact with that person going back a month went out and got a brain tickler. That's potentially a few dozen tests being performed because of one positive case. I wouldn't necessarily break it down to a binary proposition of hypochondriacs vs. tests being faulty.