Yeah. Since March 15th, I've been "out" (in the context of off the property, in a closed public space) three times - all trips to the grocery store. Next week (Tuesday) I'm taking a car in for inspection and service, and probably visiting the grocery store again. But other than that? No. No need, so no. Why risk it?
Now, I'm retired. I don't have to go to work, and I don't take an economic hit if I stay home. My wife... well, not quite the same. She hasn't been to her studio in eight weeks, her spring set of art classes (offered by a local township) have been cancelled. She's getting some work done on her artwork, but most materials are in the studio, which is 10 miles away. The class fees are a deadweight loss. (It's not a lot, in terms of our finances, but she feels it.)
But it's just stupid to take unnecessary risks - and to do so for amusement? No way, and no way I want others to take those risks for my amusement. (Well, OK, I will exempt Donald Trump from the above. If he wants to take stupid risks, and contracts CV-19 as a result... well, I still have a split of Moet et Chandon in the house!)