I just removed the timing belt covers on both of the head sprocket covers to do my own little inspection.
After getting them removed I noted NO visual timing belt degradation. HOWEVER. I noted that there is approximately 1/2" - 3-4" of deflection, from slack in the timing belt. It looks as though the belt tensioner was not set properly during the engine assembly process.
It is also entirely possible that the belt has stretched this much from internal stresses and the belt shows no external damage to the nitrile jacket yet, but is actually stretching beyond acceptable limits.
With this high out of specification deflection, this 2019 EX-L at 7100 miles needs another trip to the dealership to inspect/replace this timing belt.
I advise vigilance on this item to prevent an accident or other damages in case the belt should fail.