I kind of doubt it. If the recovery rate stays as high as it has been among the non-elderly, people will rationalize that it was only the old and the already sick who were at risk, and you will hear a lot of "we can't live our lives in fear."
I also have a sneaking suspicion that this will be something that gets more politicized in retrospect. The right will say it was an over-reaction to take these actions, we blew up the economy when we didn't have to, we were manipulated by the media. The left will call for more preparedness spending in the future, call the doubters anti-science, and away we go.