https://informationisbeautiful.net/...68-8dc8WeWCNHcOeKEn3Y58CciNfD1w7n2d_BJwyUrmrY This tends to sum it up by the numbers pretty well. The death rate for 1-39 is 0.2% (or lower), 40-49 is 0.4%, and under 50-59 is 1.2%. It only peaks at 80+ at almost 15%. Those under 50 will usually not even really think much of this having mild flu symptoms at 81% where you just rest at home. Those with problems are the elderly and especially very elderly where most of the severity cases are. With all of this in mind its horrible to collapse the economy of the country or even the world because of very elderly who could just themselves take extra major precautions. I know most here are older themselves with no interest in dying but is it worth collapsing the global economy to slightly lower the risk further then it would be if elderly simply had to self seclude a bit more as well as their direct caretakers? I hardly wish to see a global recession that will destroy untold millions of lives simply because we can't accept that people die of old age and its generally due to their body breaking down to not being able to handle diseases, sickness, viruses, and such especially as those at the highest risk already have potentially fatal issues.