The government cannot keep things closed much longer. I'm not sure how it is in other states, but in mine, the governor mandated what his administration considers "non-essential" businesses be closed, with fines for those that are still operating. That's an unsupportable overreach that has to go away once the reason for this lockdown - not overrunning hospitals - subsides. (I think people have forgotten the latter point; it's not intended to be going on until a vaccine comes about, if a vaccine ever does.)
Even though I'm not much of a Trump fan, at least we don't have an anti-business socialist in the WH. He's already pushing for reopening the economy even though he says this in the most artless way and at the most inappropriate times. I hope it doesn't get to the point of businesses suing state governments for preventing them from operating.
Things have to be opened up. My main anxiety point on this front is theaters reopening. I'm VERY pro-theater. Movies are on the schedule and I read today that one chain was inquiring with studios about titles they can put in the theater soon in lieu of the big blockbusters which might have to wait until the whole country is more operational, including NYC. If they have 50% occupancy, I think that would be a pleasure to many because I find so many comments where people moan and complain about crowded theaters and rude people. If people are all sitting wearing masks and not wanting to spread things, that might be a good thing. I disagree that people would avoid the theater. The point is that they have to reopen, and if you don't want to go, nobody is forcing you to. We need solutions to exist with the virus (mass testing, testing at airports for international flights, masks, hygiene, common sense), not fear and shuttering ourselves away.
Socialism is the philosophy of failure, the creed of ignorance, and the gospel of envy. ~Winston Churchill