So, Buddy, cut the sarcasm about the real cost of this--from whomever it is who cuts your hair, to the server at your favorite cafe--they may well find themselves closing up shop permanently. We all know what has to be done to protect the public--and those things are happening out there. It's going to get way worse. Hoarding TP will become a non-issue. I'm glad the grocery stores are staying open--but what if they suddenly can't keep people on the job to unload the trucks and stock the shelves? What if the truckers decide they can't risk the daily exposures they get? UPS, FedEx--what if they stop running? All of this could happen.
I wasn't being sarcastic. I was dead serious.
My concern is lives, not someone's business losses. Businesses can make up for losses, lives can't be regained.
I feel the same way toward family members, who act recklessly, and go out to restaurants, or bars, etc. They are not allowed in our home now. I won't risk my life, or my wife's life, or my son's life (who still lives with us), because someone I love minimizes the situation, and doesn't act to protect society.