Not only is this objectively wrong (unless 135,000 Americans deserved to die because of their lifestyle choices), it is heartless and cruel. He may think people who suffer from addictions or indulge in vices have sacrificed the right to expect health and well-being, but the virus does not have a moral compass as perfect as Commissioner Bouchat’s. It does not selectively seek out the drunks, the druggies and the obese. It will infect a child, a marathoner, a vegan ... even a virtuous politician. And that person is then a spreader of the disease, even if he or she does not show symptoms or become very ill.