Agree completely with the above.
However . . .
Actually, because of its rapid mutations, it is likely people can catch it more than once. Also, with compromised immune systems, people can definitely catch it multiple times even if it is the same. I was born without a proper immune system so I caught chicken pox twice, and I had mono a record FOUR times. My doctor was shocked. I gave up on western medicine at the age of sixteen because I was practically dying and nobody in the conventional system could help me, so I took my health into my own hands and ended up becoming a nutritionist and health coach helping others. (I have a stronger than average immune system now.)
Anyhow, just thought I'd point out that one misconception you had. Otherwise, I generally agree . . . Although, I find it hard to think that I might lose my parents if they get COVID-19, and many people I know are likely to lose their parents as well. It's a tough thing to just say, "Oh well, so your parents will die, but let's just have a party anyway." You probably don't mean it that way, but that is how many people are viewing the anti-fear push back. We can't be loving and be anti-fear, we also must love the people who are afraid.