“Scared” is not quite the right option. I would say I am scared to get on a plane right now (west coaster, family a six hour flight away as is WDW). I would do it for certain things but not a pleasure trip as it would not be pleasurable to me.
I am not scared to be in the parks as they look now. But even if I were driving distance I probably wouldn’t go. All our decisions nowadays are a cost(risk)/benefit analysis and a WDW trip right now does not make the cut for us in that regard.
FWIW we generally hit DLR or WDW or both once a year. I am a former short-term WDW cast member. I also got diagnosed with pneumonia in late February and still don’t feel right so suspect I may be a long hauler or at the least have been having my most unhealthy year ever. So that makes me more risk averse with covid now (both for my own condition and my family’s). I am also lucky in that there is plenty of stuff to do where I live that entertains me and my family enough. I just really miss my extended family — the plane fear (of what we might catch especially far from home and what we might pass on to very elderly family) is the only fear really stopping me from something I want badly and am not sure I can wait a long time for. So I might have to just swallow that fear at some point. But I’m not going to swallow it for vacation as I can vacation closer by if I really want to.
This is just my personal calculus. I also know I am the type to double my trips to WDW later to make up for this time so I’m okay with this trade off I do enjoy reading everyone else’s reports and respect that everyone’s cost/benefit is different, as well as I think the economic and public health aspects can both be community minded goals and it’s hard to serve both perfectly at the same time though we can all do our best to contribute what we can.