Bp. Paprocki wrote a paper regarding the morality surrounding Government-imposed restrictions during Kung-Flu--or for another similar event. Here's the payoff quote:
...the distinction between ordinary and extraordinary means of preserving life is important,” he writes, “for if a means is extraordinary — that is, if the burdens outweigh the benefits — then it is not morally obligatory and should not be coerced by state power.” Bishop Paprocki also makes the point in his essay that although human life is a great gift, it is not a moral absolute...
The Karens of the world have begun pointing the Finger of Shame at various businesses in this area for NOT FORCING CUSTOMERS TO WEAR MASKS!!!!! and other grave crimes against humanity such as 'distancing.' These crimes are at least as grave as the Holocaust, you know.
None of the Karens give a rip about moral theology, of course. They're not adults in the ordinary sense of that word; they're narcissist gammas or worse. They should be ignored or given finger-signals IYKWIMAITYD.