Exactly! You can’t have it both ways because there is only one way under Natural/Divine Law, which is specifically enumerated by the US Constitution. You have your inalienable rights and those business owners have them too.
And no! I’m very much not one of those who’ve jumped on the Pandemic Panic bandwagon. Frankly, a disease with a 0.28% Crude Mortality Rate (CMR) and a 1.4% Infection Mortality Rate (IMR) doesn’t particularly impress me, especially when only 4.5% of those deaths occurred in people under the age of 65 who did not have an underlying medical condition such as: Diabetes, Lung Disease, Cancer, Immunodeficiency, Heart Disease, Hypertension, Asthma, Kidney Disease, GI/Liver Disease, and Obesity. But this isn’t about COVID-19; it’s about rights and what’s right and what’s wrong.
It was and is the same thing as businesses saying that you can’t bring your firearm into them. It’s their right. It’s also the same thing as businesses setting a basic dress-code. It’s their right.
You have a right to your person, but they have a right to their persons and their property. So, don’t be an asshole. You’re far closer to being an oppressor by doing so than those business owners are by exercising their rights.
You also have the right to just not patronize those businesses, just as they have the right to tell you that they don’t want your business.