Not sure about clinics particularly, but doctors’ offices have been taking extra measures to limit contact - minimized time in the waiting room so you’re not sitting around other patients, masks worn while in the office, etc. For a while, they were rescheduling non-urgent appointments, but when things started reopening, lower priority stuff like basic check-ups were back on.
Call ahead to where ever you’re going and they should let you know what to expect. If you’re not comfortable with how they’re setup, postpone the bloodwork. I went for my yearly checkup a few weeks ago and got blood drawn without an issue, just those basic safety protocols in place.
Yes, the people who’ve had friends and family get sick and/or die from it. Also, the non-ignorant people living in areas with outbreaks.
You want to answer the guy’s question, go ahead. You want to ramble about the virus, go here: Coronavirus - What Happened?