Sometimes YouTube and COVID-19 niche fandom Twitter are only a curated reality that give you what you expect to believe is true. When you check in with the real world you will find cases in Japan are exploding, and they are begining to enforce what you call draconian measures, and, frankly, panic. They now even face the consideration of cancelling the Olympic Games, which would be an economic disaster and national humiliation. They look like the Governent of Ontario three weeks ago; heads up their butts in denial as everything falls apart deflecting blame saying "but everything looked fine on my recommended to watch list of YouTube videos!"
Cases in Japan are 'exploding' by their standards, but I really doubt it will translate into tens of thousands of deaths because of the general very good health of their population. Again if there's any country that should get hit hardest by the virus it should've been Japan with their massive senior population. They chose to take measures as necessary rather than trying to chase every single case down and wiping out the virus and as a result the Japanese have went through the pandemic living largely normal lives and lessening the damage done to their people, which is something I wish Canada would've done.
Also to your previous post as to how we could move covid and non-covid patients in between hospitals, it really wouldn't be that huge an undertaking and we already move patients in between hospitals daily so its not anything new. All you would need to do is pretty much line up a couple of dozen ambulances like a taxi line and load up the patients and move then along and do that as many times as necessary for the day until a hospital has been emptied of non-covid patients and then you do the same and move in the covid patients and there you go.
Now you can have most hospitals get back to treating non-covid patients with much less chance of spread and those covid only patient hospitals can concentrate on only treating people who have the virus. One doesn't have to interfere with the other and hopefully people will feel more comfortable going to a hospital to get treatment when they need it.