Same; and I bet your store has lines on the floor and one way isles to limit the risk of infection doesn't it?
It's what I said, limiting the amount of possible vectors and making sure the few places that people NEED to go are safe as possible for both parties involved.
Barbershops are not essential, grocery stores are. There is much less risk of infection if people are going to the gocery store every week or so, then people flooding cafes, barbershops and malls. All of which are non-essential. Some things are an unavoidable risk, like hospitals, but having one unavoidable risk and not fifteen avoidable ones ontop is always better then sixteen risks.
There is no reason to open up the economy yet, all that does is open more infection areas.
Where are you getting this number?
1,560,000 cases have been confirmed out of that 300,000 have recovered. Making it it 20% of people that have recovered.
That's barely any, especially considering that the virus is mutating faster then AIDs meaning these people can be reinfected as has already been shown.
Couple that with the fact that we already have 92,333 deaths , and steadily rising , it's not looking to good. It's a problem, and if we don't want to look like Italy we have to start doing something, not more of nothing.