There are risks associated with both staying home and going out.
If you go out, and especially if you are careless, you risk catching coronavirus which will probably be about as dangerous as a normal cold. You could also get into legal trouble, which I feel is worse--fines and jail time for not "social(??)" distancing or wearing that stupid mask.
If you stay home, you run the risk of having your immune system getting out of condition, leading to catching a major version of next year's flu instead of a mild flu or no flu at all. This could be worse than what you would have got with the coronavirus. You also run the risk of developing allergies or autoimmune diseases, all because you were not exposed to stupid little things like colds or similar illnesses (whether or not you get sick).
I also feel excessive use of sanitizers can be worse than the virus. Not because of resistant strains, but because the chemicals themselves are toxic. Hand sanitizer that is just alcohol is probably no worse than that beer or wine you regularly ingest--you are not meant to take it internally, and the alcohol vapor is not that toxic. But there are other chemicals that are way more toxic, and for some could be worse than taking your chances with coronavirus. They might be worthwhile near the start of a pandemic, but once you get constant minor exposure for a while, it soon becomes a waste.
Not to mention, those that perfectly dodge this virus this time might be susceptible to getting it later.