Yup, it’s your brothers, your sons, your friends, your fathers and grandfathers, your co-workers, etc, that you lock-down to save. So?
In Sweden, we have locked down the most sensitive people, and URGED the rest of us not to visit them, unless absolutely necessary. But Covid-19 has still sneaked into geriatric homes, as the private equity firms that own many of them have saved money by lowering the number of permanent employees (thereby increasing the number of temporary staff* that risk bringing in the virus), and about half of our deaths have been people living in geriatric homes.
None of us will know until afterwards, which methods are the most effective in saving lives AND keep some of the economy going. Each and everyone who has lost loved ones will of course think that nothing was effective enough.
* Not that temporary staff is a higher risk, rather that every NEW person is an increased risk. The same one every day, or seven new people every week, that makes a difference.