Work on what's within your control
It's important to note that even if you are unconcerned about the virus, there are a lot of things that could be out of your control in the event of another governmental series of actions:
Workplaces may close back down
Supply chains may be further damaged
The economy will take another hit
You may not be able to go where you want
Real, or not real; dangerous or not, the end result for us is the same.
It's just like the debate over whether a terror attack in the news is a false flag or an actual terror attack. Every time I write about surviving one of these attacks, people flock to the comments to tell everyone that it was all crisis actors, the whole thing is a hoax, or our own government did it to take away our guns.
But we're talking about survival. If you're there when the bullets are flying or the bombs are going off or the planes are crashing, it doesn't matter who's behind it. Your only goal at that point is to survive it.
With COVID, does it even matter if the numbers are accurate or not? Because the government is using it as an excuse to exercise rigid control over all of us – telling us when we can go to work, when we can visit with loved ones, keeping us away from hospitals and leaving our ailing relatives to die alone, and enforcing laws about masks and appropriate distances.