I don't post on this subject often, but here's my take, which is worth exactly what you paid for it: If you truly feel like you're at a high risk of death if you get Covid, whether it's because of age or chronic health condition, then you should take every precaution to stay away from any potential source. If you have loved ones who are at a higher risk, you should help them avoid situations that puts them at risk for catching the virus, by shopping for them, running errands, etc. If you're obese and you truly want to limit your risk if you do catch the virus, this would be a good time to start a workout regimen and a more healthy diet. Even if you're in good shape, this is a good time to get in better shape. Work out, eat healthy, get plenty of sleep. I get that all of these things take more commitment than putting on a mask, but even most doctors would probably agree that it's more effective in fighting Covid. And you can still keep the self-righteousness, if you want. If you're relatively young and healthy, you should be out there helping this country run, as well as those who are less healthy. If you catch the virus, then take your two weeks off to recover and then get right back out there and act like someone your ancestors and descendants would be proud to know. The media is at fault for trying to scare us all into our basements, but it's each individual's fault for letting them do it. Or we can all run around like our hair's on fire and blame Trump, while we beg for the all-powerful federal government to save us.