I get the whole public health thing and that it's about collective action and behaviour rather than individuals' own risk appetite. My understanding was that the main purpose of the lockdown was to: 1. Prevent the NHS from collapsing or being overwhelmed 2. To slow the spread and thus protect the elderly and vulnerable. It looks like no.1 has been achieved (to the extent that the NHS hasn't collapsed) but for all the sacrifice that most of us have made I am amazed why hospitals, care homes, old folks homes weren't turned into fortresses with strict access controls (coupled with rigorous testing) in place. I am starting to think that much of the sacrifice that most of us have made as part of the lockdown (in terms of economic, social and mental well being etc.) has been wasted given how rife the virus has been within care homes and hospitals. I really hope a public enquiry is conducted thoroughly and fairly.