This has exactly zero to do with my point.
Everyone wants to work. Everyone needs food, shelter, clothing, power, etc., which means they need money. I have no doubt there are a large number of people begging to work.
Be that as it is, the reality is there will be no economic recovery until this pandemic is adequately addressed. It just is. Trying to figure out how to somehow strike a better balance between economic need and illness prevention -> return to work before the health issue is resolved is frankly a fool's hope and will only serve to prolong the pandemic and cost lives (as well as economic hardship).
Further, had the administration (and society) recognized this fact up front instead of putting at least some priority on the economy (and personal freedom) over focusing solely on preventing the spread, we would be in a much better place (both health and economics) and we would very likely be talking about a return to work in the coming weeks as opposed to the coming months.
B must follow A. We can do things to alleviate financial stress on citizens temporarily, but to do so permanently requires the pandemic be resolved.