That's pretty much nonsensical. Obviously, more protection is more protection. But when it gets to the point that it interferes with quality of life, is there any real point to it?Okay, let me hit you in the head with a bat, take your choice of wearing a baseball cap or a bike helmet...............
You could die from an airborne virus, so to be completely safe from that, you should live in a hermetically sealed bubble. Are you doing that?
Life is a series of gambles and balances, and the overall enjoyment of that demands that you avoid the paralysis of focusing on the extreme "what ifs".