That’s good food for thought. The one thing I’d prioritize during a lull in the cases would be anything that requires workers or delivery people to come in the house. I prefer not have them in the house at all if possible, but sometimes it is not possible. Our water heater started leaking a few weeks back, and it had reached the end of its life expectancy. On any ordinary day I would have considered doing the replacement myself, but as I mentioned in a comment on another post, I was hospitalized back in June, and, well, I did not think it would have been wise to tackle the water heater replacement in the state I was in. So we had a worker come in. I setup a system to minimise the chances of the virus spreading out into the house, and I quarantined the basement for a while, etc. I’d always prep like this but I’d rather have the worker be in my house when the local infection rate is low, than when it is high. (Two weeks later, our water well pressure switch went crazy. I did this repair myself because I felt there wasn’t much I could mess up, and it did not require new skills.) We have some furniture to be delivered that has been held at the warehouse for months now (at our request). We’ll be taking delivery soon, while the infection rate is low. As usual, different folks are differently situated. For some, doctor visits that have been put off may take priority. I cannot delay doctor visits anymore so I just go when I need it. The infection rate would have to be cataclysmic for me to delay going to the doctor at this point.