The people in charge are basing their decisions on money, which makes it the focus.It's not about money even though those in power are driving their decisions about it.
Ideally, yes, that's what happens, but we do need to produce food and everything else that is 100% necassary for survival. During the US shutdown, tobacco, vape, and marijuana stores stayed open. They're not necessary.At the most basic level food still has to be produced and essentials have to be shipped.
Ideally everyone grabs 60000 calories and stays at home for a month.
Yes, there is an element of that at play, especially when the government is trying to force the working class to work in a dangerous environment without healthcare, hazard pay, and enforceable mask rules.There's also an element of classism at play. Why should we suffer while the middle class and better hides?
Most jobs can't be done from home, but a lot of them are unnecessary or are capable of doing work from home. (Also, cabin fever is troublesome, but will probably not kill people, which opening up will definitely.)Most jobs can't be done from home. Cabin fever is a thing.