I have no problem w/moving to electric cars. Imo however it should proceed on a time scale consistent with what folks who buy cars want. In other words there’s no need for governments to ban gasoline stations. When less gasoline is sold, the gas station owners in the area won’t want to build new ones.
For wood burning fireplaces, requiring natural gas versions (via the building code) in new construction makes sense. For existing wood burning fireplaces, monitor the air and when the air quality is bad enough, then ban folks from using them that day. This would vary area by area, even within the same state . It might be fine to burn wood in some areas anytime, if the air quality is always good, due to low population or wind patterns, etc.
No-exception gov’t dictates usually not the best method. In fact that can produce exactly the opposite of the desired effect. For example Calif’s current requirement that certain cars must have a treadmill emissions test. Many owners won’t do it for Covid reasons, and may be forced to drive a vehicle which produces more air pollution than the car the state is removing from the road. Another way a to say it, government’s should use a little common sense. Maybe such a thing is just not possible these days.