At the New York Sun, Edward Lampert has a characteristically principled, intelligent, and thoughtful column proposing an auto-safety-style framework for dealing with the threat of Covid-19:
America has been responding to the Covid-19 pandemic like it's a hurricane — stay inside until it passes. A more constructive and realistic approach would be to treat it like driving a car — find rules that reduce the risk....
Businesses and individuals can adapt dynamically to intelligently guard their interests, seek opportunities, and make trade-offs. The government can provide the traffic signals and the safety standards. That approach to public health is consistent with a free and economically vibrant country, rather than in conflict with it. It's tested on our highways every day.
Read the whole thing, as they say.