I think a better idea would be to see if you can't help out people (especially old people) left isolated by all the lockdowns. My impression of the wuflu is that it's not that lethal (I disagree with, eg, the Kurgan on this point), but that doesn't mean I'm not going to take reasonable precautions, like stocking up on food a bit and the like.
Put it this way: do you know
that the wuflu is fake? No. You don't know that, and neither does BB, or Vox, or the Kurgan, or anyone else. Is the government advice (ie avoiding large groups of people, whatever the specific number attached) sound? Yes - at least it is if the objective is to slow or halt the spread of an infectious disease. Instead, I would recommend following Vox's advice, and "enjoy the silence" (see below). Worst case with this idea, it's much ado about nothing, but you got to spend quality time with your families and all that good stuff during the outbreak. Worst case with Agenda 251 etc is that you infect a few thousand people, many of whom die, because your ego said "gubmint always bad" or something silly.