Can't defend against that either.Alcohol sales are thru the roof (that is a fact. not opinion), not everyone can handle that. Many a men will get plowed and beat the shit out of their significant other that otherwise might not have, perverted psycho's with nowhere to go will sexually abuse the kid(s) more because they're all home. Jobs will be lost and that will destroy a lot of credit ratings. Wages will be stagnant at best, most will decline because corporate America rolled back a lot of salaries, and won't be near as fast to give it back when things get better. Thousands of small business's who's owners sunk their entire savings is will go broke. People who's hours got cut will lose their insurance and we know what two days in the hospital will do to their finances.
That's just the top of my head. That's why you don't let something with a fraction of a percent for a fatality rate wipe out the entire economy.
Whats best for one, let them do that, and though there are meritorious things mentioed , those things are ldealist, spending time with family etc.
Kids needs friends, did you stay at home 24/7 every day when you got married?
More of being together is likely welcomed, but forced 24/7, not so much.
Before we started our business, my wife and I had our seperate jobs.
Our business required us to work side by side, make decisions real time side by side, it wasn't easy, though we loved what we were doing.
This together time is testing many a relationship