Our current challenges created by this pandemic is a time when differences in parenting styles, personality types and values can take a large toll on marriages and partnerships. In my work, couples are struggling with different beliefs about what Social Distancing should look like for themselves and their kids. I agree with Weiner-Davis with going on the side of caution. If you spouse is uncomfortable and anxious when you drive over the speed limit, you should make adjustments to help them with their anxiety. This applies with the pandemic as well. It doesn't mean he or she is right and your wrong. It means when agreeing to disagree on a hot topic like sheltering in place, social distancing or doing whatever you please; it is prudent and loving to err on the side of caution.
Take care, be well and stay calm as possible.