Yes, that is why we have speed limits and require people to pass driving tests.
But that is not the case with coronavirus. People who want to isolate can isolate. Then the isolationist will not be put at risk.
My oldest daughter has a degraded immune system. She is isolating at home with her daughter and husband. There is no personal external contact.
This isolation is her right. The National Guard will not come to her house and drag her to the Chic-fil-a.
So I have not been allowed to visit, and I am fine with that. She has freedom to control her life. And she does.
So she sent a set of criteria that my wife and I must meet in order to visit. Tough criteria. Things we would not normally do.
I am packed. We leave in the morning. It was our choice to meet the criteria. It took some time. We exercised our freedom.
I live in Georgia.
Governor Kemp took a lot of body shots for opening the state early. He trusted us. He believed in our freedom.
Now the new case rate is half what it is in the US on average (cases doubling every two months in Georgia vs. cases doubling every month in the US).