Whatever your view of various state responses to C-19, I hope one thing that comes out of this experience is that we now understand and value our freedom--particularly what it is to not have it--maybe like never before: worship, speech, assembly, mobility for example.
1-Perhaps we'll be more inclined to learn what civil liberties are and respect what others sacrificed to provide them.
2-Perhaps we'll grasp that civil liberties are not something government grants to citizens, but as noted in the Declaration of Independence and the Bill of Rights are "unalienable" natural rights people already possess as human beings and as such are something government may not take from citizens.
3-Perhaps we'll be more sensitive to others in our own country or abroad who do not yet possess these freedoms.
4-Perhaps we'll see why every political philosopher who's written about civil liberties has observed how quickly and easily they can be lost.