But he won't, because...
(a) we still do enough social distancing to reduce infection rates by a whopping 75%;
(b) only 20% of infected people need health care services, and only 30% of those need an ICU.
What happens then?
What I described above is the "severe" scenario. We'd have 3,840,000 patients needing to use 85,000 ICU beds, 160,000 ventilators, and 25,000 respiratory therapists (per shift).
It's like saying "the county fair must go on!" while a tornado is approaching. The damage would be massive.