I was in the same boat, but I think I made the right decision. Now I am sitting at home and cleaning.My son, who's in his thirties, urges me
( every day ) to stay off the work and stay safe. His reasoning behind all this is not to have regrets in case of getting infected. And how do we make sure that we don't? There is no guarantee, right? Back to risk groups. Just last week we had a few unfortunate events
( Illinois ), we had younger people passing away ( mid twenties, thirties and fifties) No underlying issues were reported in those cases.
One way or the other, smartest thing right now is to stay home and enjoy family, get in contact ( phone) with long lost acquaintances, self reflect and work on home projects. The slogan, " business never sleeps " doesn't have a usual ring to it anymore. It's time to be frugal, regardless of how we feel right now. I wish, I didn't have to write the way I do and like you , @Jim Davisson I have my steady accounts and a few Kingdom Halls lined up, but I'm torn in between business and safety. I'm leaning towards safety!