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The cumulative costs through April 28, 2021 were $33,120 per household ($4. trillion in aggregate). 30 percent of these are mortality costs (valued at $4.3 million VSL; over the past seven days, the percentage was 30). The rest are the market and nonmarket costs of shutting down the economy, for the categories documented by Mulligan (2020). The costs above do not necessarily reflect the drop in stock prices, because much of that drop indicates costs expected to be incurred after April 28.