Yeah it sucks....and these measures aren't even chocolate coated or resemble anything nice at all.
Dave, nice philosophical take there, employing the categorical imperative is what lacks (maybe) most in an ever more egocentrical world. I actually hope that this disruptive event will lead to more socialising, more altruism, more thinking about the effects my own actions have on others (butterfly effect and on and on).
At the same time, as a guy living with two small children and wife in a two bedroom flat without a garden going outside every day is the only way to stay sane. It's funny though how daily risk assessment has become more normality now than neccessity.