So if my calculations are correct by your chart numbers in Harris county 3% of the population has tested positive of that 3% only slightly higher than the national average which is 2.4% roughly. Of that small number an equally small number of those will actually die. Current death toll in the US from Covid is .0067% of the population roughly. We should trash our economy, our country, our own personal livelihoods for that low a chance of dying? I would bet that your chances as a percentage overall of dying was pretty much that number before the virus ever got here. I can guarantee you if you are going to run a piece of farm equipment, drive a car or exercise today that your chances are way better than that you will die of one of those things.