I heard what your saying, but how would no measures to reduce transmission among people under 60 help? The more the general population gets it, it spreads it faster and wider. Then being infected becomes the status quo and stresses health care even more than now. Plus there's no hard evidence I've seen/heard/read saying people who get sick don't get it again, so it would likely be a feedback loop of people getting sick until a vaccine is released.
In your scenario I see no feasible way to protect people 60+ or those in nursing homes either. Not that there was, or is now. The more people who have it compounds the likelihood the folks we are trying to protect will get it.
Capitalism would be stronger yes but the healthcare system would be much most extended than it is even today. And those at risk would be at a higher risk because of the amount of sick peeps running around.
For the record we don't know Skullfords political leanings nor should we assume thier sources are not accurate. It's fair to ask the source and challenge them though. Hell, mainstream media has had its own conflicts of "facts" and data. Sadly they, and many politicians, have turned this into a political thing when it's really a global health crisis.