posted by like_that
At some point most countries are going to have to start coming up with plans to slowly rip off the bandaid. People need to make a living. I was having this discussion with a friend, but so far the rhetoric I see is "it's selfish for people to go out." At some point the outlook is going to change to where it's selfish for people to expect everyone else to stay inside in order for them to feel safe. Especially when they are giving up their livelihoods.
The question is where is that point is and why. A Forbes article from early last year showed that 78% of Americans live paycheck to paycheck. For those just starting out, it's somewhat understandable. However, if you're (generic you) more than a couple of years into your working life, and you can't survive without a paycheck or two, in effect you're asking or telling me that I need to assume a greater risk to my health because you can't make prudent financial decisions.
Echo Justin, stay healthy.