I'm not surprised really.
When I look at Indiana's death statistics, 90% of the deaths are in patients 60 years of age or older, even though they comprise barely 32% of the cases of Covid 19.
When a 25 years old is facing eviction, loss of their home, divorce, all because he/she lost her job, I can see they might not be terribly concerned about older folks with higher pay jobs, more secure employment, working at home, Social Security, etc
Peggy Noonan had written about the political divide between the protected/connected folks in society and the un protected, un-connected folks many times. This article is worth a read. Calling voters names - cowards, deplorables, idiots, has never worked out terribly well for anyone, in either party.
I can relate to her article because I see the challenge for my children versus my own situation. My children do not want harm to come to me, but they are quite desirous of returning to work as soon as possible. as soon as reasonably safe, before their savings run out.
Another interesting story is the epidemic of physicians in Russia being injured due to falling out of hospitals windows ........