NY usually has 20-25 people die at home a day. Now it's at around 250 a day because people are scared or unable to go to hospitals. These deaths are still happening. And while it's true that there are more people infected than reported, there are way more deaths than reported. At one county in CO for example, the coroner can't do the tests so they can't list it as a cause. https://www.cnn.com/2020/04/06/health/coronavirus-coroners-uncounted-deaths-invs/index.html And tiki takka, we all miss soccer and our normal life, if there wasn't social distancing the spread of COVID would destroy life as we know it on a permanent basis and kill millions. Good news is that by June we should be able to creep back to normal. Restaurants will probably stay closed, but if you can do your job with a mask on you will be able to go back to work. And then there will be an at home test that tells you if you've had COVID or not and that will speed up the return to normal. Look at South Korea who is way ahead of us and has their kids back to school with less than 200 total deaths.