I don't think madhytters pose so much risk. They were ordered certain precautions (shopping in their local area instead of small town shops, limiting contacts to the close ones, etc.). People need to relax and enjoy their lives, otherwise the situation will impact their health more than Covid.
My father had an urgent heart surgery some time ago. The lockdown increased the risk of dying after the procedure in his demographic group by 30%. Still I was lucky, but many people lost their loved ones because of cancelled, delayed or substandard procedures. I know it will sound egoistic, but I was and still am a bundle of stress because of the situation. The lockdown policy debate is chillingly narrowminded - dominated by epidemiology experts who don't see the economic, social, educational, ethical or even public health aspects of the crisis. Not a single epidemiological study steering the policy interventions considered them. The costs are huge and will be tremendous in the longterm.
Anyway, some relax today, such as crossing the lake on skiis