I could go on about how this will play out in an America that appears unready culturally, politically and legally to deal with it. But that's for some other topic or venue.
This seems pretty on-topic. I'm interested in some details.
We still have lawns, roads, things to guard, things to paint, shelves to stock, fast food to sling, enemies to shoot, etc. Is there enough to go around? I guess that's your question.
A new CCC (that might become inevitable in this economy) would be a temporary fix and buy us some time to adapt.
"The measure of success is not whether you have a tough problem to deal with, but whether it's the same problem you had last year." -- John Foster Dulles