As DD said my comments were more about risk assessments but of course also a prediction about the likelihood that many restaurants won’t survive the next few years is very high (but the recent demonstrations of people don’t believing in the need for “stay-at-home” orders will provide some customers for restaurants).
I would call your assessment more a first world problem (and the need for instant gratification for some people)
Well, it’s not too difficult to learn.
And that is the most problematic issue you seem to show (especially in the context of cancer patients you write later) - Covid is highly contagious and so if you get covid most likely you will affect many other people by infecting them (and potentially killing them) just because you are so self-centered that restaurant visits are so important for you without thinking about the consequences it might have on other people who try to avoid exposure as much as possible.
I wouldn’t be so sure about it - data is still emerging and perhaps you might not die immediately but it seems that covid is not only about black and white (surviving or death) but many shades of gray with pretty devestating health consequences even if you survive. (and I enjoy life too much (and there are so many great aspects beyond just restaurants) that I think it is worth risking your health for a few years avoinding restaurants.)