We do agree that the capacity to transact business online and the capacity to even access the internet is not at all equal. Trying to hard to stay within the boundaries here, in my state, much of the pushback is from a "Don't Tread on Me" perspective and not from insufficient resources perspective, so that colored my response.
The current crisis brings those insufficient resources home.
Around here, the main concern I hear is about job security. Many neighbors have been laid off and their small businesses shuttered. For sure, there's a bit of "Get the Government Off My Back" but the economic concerns are the greatest.
Again, we are relatively (not completely) unaffected, so far at least, by the virus, and I am thankful for that.
I pray for those in worse circumstances.