like wearing masks in public transportations and nursing homes.
If you use "even one life" rule, you can justify everything. What most refuse to accept is that nothing saves lives - only postpones death.
So the question is this:
Can a society be forced to wear masks against its will because masks increase the average life span? What if that society does not wish to live longer by a couple of months at the expense of quality of life? What if 99% are against the measures that might actually add those few months to the life span, assuming it's true?
I could probably live longer if I avoided all risks, but I do not want that kind of trade. As far as science goes, we already know that keeping kids in the bubble produces very bad results as their immune systems are not sufficiently exercised by exposure to bacteria and viruses.
This is how the term "safetyism" - a new mental disorder seen mostly in women and liberals - was born.
Bottom line: the "scientists" on the payroll of the ruling swamp pose a greater threat to us than this and the future viruses as they allow "democracies" to become soft tyrannies in the few minutes it takes to sign an executive order.