We have no idea how well things will go. There is hope and facts that it looks like things will be okay but there is also facts that things could turn bad. If the hospitals are overrun with people who need critical care. At that time someone will have to decide who gets that help and who doesn’t. I have some questions to get at some rational for those decisions.
What is the main criteria for giving the rationed resources? Need? Money? Prospects for recovery?
Should there be bright line things that put people off the list for receiving these things? Ex. No one above a certain age. No one with a terminal illness.
Who should be on these “death panels”? Doctors? Community leaders? Sock puppets?
Would you be willing to give up “your place in line” to help another person?
This reminds of the lifeboat problem. Who dies so others may live?