Those who need constant access to hospitals for things like IVs etc obviously are having a hard time with the overpopulation from COVID-19
Chronically ill people have to stay in their homes for days on end all the time for recovering our bodies from pain and overuse, so even when the virus dies down, we still will be inside sometimes, away from friends and isolated from the world
What will happen to my body if I get the virus on top of my previous illnesses, aliments etc.?
What happens if my body needs something that has closed/shut down because of the virus? i.e. massages, care work...
How will I afford the health necessities on top of the virus and not have a job at the same time?
What emotions will I have because of the virus? Can I handle a higher level of self-isolation than I'm used to?
Staying home (both able bodied and not) can save disabled lives by not spreading the virus to our bodies that have weak immune systems, heart problems or illnesses, and so many other reasons.