No! is my answer for 99.9% of the time. That minor percentage might be when I need to go grab something from the store (food or medical supplies) and the car that's at my disposal isn't available.
This is just my two cents: Motorcycling is inherently dangerous by nature, an accident on a motorcycle is way more likely for you to need medical care that a similar accident in a car.
With that accident, you might need medical attention, and that happens at a hospital or medical clinic where to be honest the people working there don't need the additional stress of having to deal with a person's injuries who was out for a joy ride.
Add to that you might need certain medical equipment to work on your injury, again taking medical staff and equipment away from potentially dealing with CV-19 issues, or simply them getting a little rest from extraordinarily long shifts.
...but am I wrong?
The President of the AMA (American Motorcycle Association) thinks so, in an article this morning on ADVrider the responses to his 'open letter' to motorcyclists
I personally ride a lot of off-road, enduro type of stuff; drops, get offs and crashes are the norm, can I be sure in any one of those instances I will be unharmed...NO! Hence I'm not riding.
How about you?
What would make your circumstances unique that you need to ride? Is it your only form of transport?
Are you recreationally riding right now, if you had a serious crash would you expect emergency services to come to your aid as normal, but be astounded if they couldn't get to you as quickly as you expected?