I have to ask, haven't you folks lost anyone to Covid-19?
Nope, not even heard of someone I know who has lost someone.
My daughter and her husband both work in the medical field, both were tested, neither has at this point some 60 days later shown any symptoms.
My wife and I play it safe, we are both retired so we can stay home without it affecting anything.
We did switch to getting most of our grocery's delivered via Instant cart.
Which at one point went from 2 hour delivery to over a week for delivery.
Only time I wear a mask is when I go to the hospital to visit my wife, they force it, but give you a mask.
Wife is dealing with complications/infection after back surgery. Had a bad infection around one of the screws used to fuse her L1-L2.
But she is almost healed up, has been on IV antibiotics for a month. 2 weeks to go.
I have gotten more cautious, wash my hands much more often, but no major changes.
You won't ever see me wearing a mask in my car.
I think the biggest differences in this bug depends on exactly which strain is in your area. Some are much more lethal than others.
And it is mutating fast. Some strains are now attacking young people. Which is heart breaking.
It is one thing to lose a senior citizen who has lived a long full life. Really just a question of waiting for one thing or another to finish them off.
It is quite another thing to lose someone in their 30's.