1. We are not even close to keeping 100% of the people at home. Essential businesses are operating. Further a great number of people are working from home. Sending me into my office doesn’t change anything. 2. Maybe a WWII approach is the answer. Mobilize those necessary industries and funnel the younger able bodied people to do the work. We do have to keep the supply chain running and it does take people to do that. For example, all the local grocery stores are hiring. They are running a 24/7 logistics operation to get food on the shelves. They are preferentially hiring those recently laid off. If that is what you are talking about, I agree.