Here's our situation. In Northwest Indiana. My part time job at the local high school came to an end for the year on March 13 when locals schools closed all buildings and went on ELearning. Subsequently school has been put on ELearning for rest of school year. We don't need the income from that job so all is well that way. I also don't need to get up at 5am, so I've been sleeping in a little. Husband is a Director of Tooling for a company in Chicago that does food packaging so he continues to work and has to go in. Can't work from home like some of the others he works with. He's been working a lot of hours. Production has switched to making To Go containers so it's been a scramble. The only positive thing is that his commute time is way down because there is very little traffic on the road. My husbands parents are almost 90 and live 100 miles from us. They have daily caregivers that help them on a day to day basis. We have been helping out sending food deliveries and such. Really don't feel comfortable going there in person for fear of bringing illness in to them, so we talk to them frequently. We would normally do Easter together, but will postpone that. I will send them some take out from a local restaurant for them and am sending some sugar free candy, so the day is a little special. Hopefully things will change and we can go up for FILs 90th birthday in May. On the home front. I've been able to get a lot of the yard cleaned up and am working on mulching everything. In the house everything is getting a good cleaning and reorganizing. Our dog is getting lots of playtime and walks. Watching a lot of movies and listening to lots of music. All in all we are doing as well as we can given the situation.