I would say they are. https://www.nytimes.com/2020/03/23/business/trump-coronavirus-economy.html I think it's prudent to follow what the scientists and experts say is the best way to proceed. I am divorced, retired, and living in an apartment alone. I can tell you that for me, as a very social person, this is a real challenge. It's depressing. I would love to go visit my dad. I would love to go have dinner with friends. But I can't and won't, in good faith, go hang out knowing it could actually kill someone. If I were the only one at risk, that's my problem...but I'm not going to risk someone else's life because I want to be out and about. I think if we open up...and people start dying we'll look back on it as being a BIG mistake. We need to be patient, not foolish. Panic decisions are almost ALWAYS the worst decisions.