This rather suggests you favour a more stringent lockdown. Or at least stronger measures than are currently in place. Or are you saying we should open pubs, restaurants and "non-essential" shops? In that case, I take it back.
And please don't say, "if we had a functioning health system, we could ...". You know we don't and are not going to get one miraculously all of a sudden (nor in much of the West). So given this fact, do you advocate stronger measures or weaker? And if stronger, I ask the earlier questions about how much of society suffering is "worth" it.