Just to touch that other point, I don't want to be right. I want to be pleasantly surprised, so that our next planned trip in the fall to the Outer Banks will be relaxing, or even possible. So that I can resume my profession, which is one of the very last things that will be allowed. So that my business will not suffer too greatly since it relies upon schools being open and large classes being taught in close proximity. For every personal reason imaginable I want this thing to be over tomorrow.
I don't want you to be right either, trust me. I have an 85 YO Father that I worry about immensely, and have had to see less than I would like of for the last 90-120 days, completely out of an over-abundance of caution.
I spoke to that topic because I've seen many people fall into the trap of almost hoping for more deaths to score political points, which I would hope that you agree is beyond ghoulish.
I also bristle at what I call "mask-shaming", which if you think about it, is a very bizarre psychological phenomena that is completely self-inflicted. Most people wear masks that are not even close to being N95-rated, which means they don't protect you or me to the level that is necessary to stop COVID transfer, because COVID is <1-1.5 microns (~0.001mm) in size. (Not to mention that you can get COVID though your eyes as well).
Effective for droplets and maybe aerosolized sneeze/spit effluvium? Sure, but unless you're tested daily, you could be asymptomatically spreading COVID through things that you touch at the Food Lion, CVS or Home Depot. The card-swipe and the keypad at place X. The gas pump handle. The door pull. You get my drift.
To circle back, every single one of us, unless we were tested today and every day, could unknowingly be spreading this virus to everyone we come into contact with, mask or no. Unless you've have had absolutely zero contact with any other human and have not left your home since March, you could be an unwitting spreader.
Attempting to assign blame in a friggin' pandemic is asinine.
That rant now over, I too hope that your vocation returns to near-normalcy ASAP, and that this is over in the same measure.