I see people's irritation. The excess risk of spreading the contagion by flying one's own aircraft is minimal. The problem is, the public in general look around them and see life going on as normal for other people, and don't adjust in the way they should. If making a single rule for isolation gets the message through to the hard of thinking, I'd be inclided to agree. It's governing according to the lowest common denominator, which sucks, but hasn't that always been the way?
It's naive in terms of rigour, but based on the most current data, here's a graph that details Italy's total death toll annotated with the key Italian government interventions. Overlaid on top is UK's death toll (shifted by 14 days).
This is something to ponder for those who "can't see what the big deal is", and let them consider why their view isn't shared by multi-decade veterans of epidemiology. The current situation in the UK isn't exactly benign going by this London consultant's story
If people are in any doubt about what the next 2 weeks worth of Orange dots might actually look like (especially if things aren't reined in), Sky News is a good source of info