If you think isolation of the general population from Covid-19 should continue, what’s your plan for society?
First of all I don’t fully understand the partial lockdown according to age groups as some suggest, especially in countries where there are multiple generations living together.
It might work in countries like New Zealand, where population density is very low, and many, most people above 70 either live alone, independently on their own, or they live in nursing homes.
But in countries where elderly people live with their families such a plan couldn’t work. Younger people becoming carriers of the virus would infect their elders staying at home.
So if people are still fearing the virus in those countries, the lockdown should affect the whole population - provided they want to save their elderly, and that the different strains of the virus are still predominantly affecting the elderly.
The plan for society is something different. I assume the question is based on the belief that it is only the lockdown that’s killing our economy. But we know it is not true, we know that even before the pandemic we were already heading for socio-economic crisis as our system is unnatural and unsustainable.
So the general plan for the general society needs to a be a unique, purposeful and practical educational approach, teaching all of us how to exist, survive in a globally integrated, interdependent world, which also has to follow Nature’s laws of living according to natural necessities and available resources.