If there is one thing that is clear about this lockdown, it's that literally nobody wants to be stuck doing it.
This time—an upheaval of American life caused by poor planning—is traumatic.
However, Idris Elba does not appear to be worried about that trauma, despite contracting and being in recovery for the virus himself.
Elba went on record with Associated Press to say:
"I think that the world should take a week of quarantine every year just to remember this time. Remember each other. I really do."
People immediately logged onto Twitter with one united message: that's absolutely ridiculous.
@SkyNews Yes becuase we all have multi-million pound mansions around the world to retreat to and can all afford toâ�¦ https://t.co/raRa0p8P9U— Gemini (@Gemini)1587378596.0
@SkyNews â��The world should go to war for a week to remember ww2â��— TheResistanceReview (@TheResistanceReview)1587378560.0
@SkyNews Celebrities should go away for a whole month every year to remember this time.— DavidJay (@DavidJay)1587379001.0
@SkyNews I agree with him and every millionaire should be taxed an extra Â£50k that week to support the uk people— wayneold (@wayneold)1587378680.0
@SkyNews Hollywood money hits peopleâ��s head different— *Mansa* (@*Mansa*)1587378691.0
Domestic abuse has also risen as folks are being forced to stay home with their abusers.
@SkyNews https://t.co/xhB8Xq0Wht— MairtÃn MacDomhnaill ð��®ð��ªâ��ï¸� GGMU (@MairtÃn MacDomhnaill ð��®ð��ªâ��ï¸� GGMU)1587378720.0
@SkyNews The sort of thing rich celebs with big houses say when they have no notion of how difficult this is for a lot of people.— Matt (@Matt)1587378683.0
@SkyNews Rich people have no idea what missing 1 weekâ��s wages does to the poor.— NomT (@NomT)1587382522.0
@SkyNews Are you going to pay my wage , pay my rent and bills ,buy my food .— Jan (@Jan)1587378587.0
@SkyNews Idris Elba should quarantine himself in a locked cupboard for a week for a statement like that.— Andy (@Andy)1587378592.0
The economic downturn of the lockdowns worldwide is also staggering.
New York City is suffering a possible loss of 475,000 jobs over the next year.
@SkyNews Might be worth keeping some ideas to yourself fella... P.s. I love you— Don't Stand So Close To Me (@Don't Stand So Close To Me)1587378857.0
@SkyNews Let's damage our economy to remember when we damaged our economy ?— Nobody Important (@Nobody Important)1587381951.0
@SkyNews You crack on mate, i'm sure those in tiny apartments with no garden and kids don't agree.— Digital MacGyver (@Digital MacGyver)1587378557.0
@SkyNews If we were all worth $25m plus it may be a consideration...— Mike Abel (@Mike Abel)1587380787.0
@SkyNews https://t.co/YCsBBnV9Iz— brittany packnett cunningham does not do remixes. (@brittany packnett cunningham does not do remixes.)1587407356.0
Hopefully there will be an end date to this all, where we put things as close as back to normal as humanly possible.
But for right now, re-traumatizing people doesn't sound like a good plan.