I'm going to ramble here.
While I don't fully agree with the lockdown I do understand the purpose. Governors didn't want their state to turn into another New York where the hospitals were overrun and doctors were having to decide who got ventilators and basically, who died. At 60 had I been brought into the hospital at the same moment as someone 24 years old with a wife and three kids, I can guess who would have gotten the last ventilator.
Where I'm at it's business as usual at the hospitals. Nothing close to overrun. NC has one of the lowest death rates in the country, luckily.
Now, after weeks of lockdown hospitals have a better idea what they need, and what they can handle. Businesses have a plan to reopen with some safeguards in place. Here, restaurants can open this weekend at fifty percent capacity. More stores were opened as of last weekend. So, it's getting back to the new normal.
I do think some governors went on a power trip. The madam Queen in Michigan especially. The guy in Kalifornia the same. I do think some states went too far with this.