Things are not bad here yet, but I've been very busy preparing for the inevitable worsening. I don't think I had that much planning to do any time before in my life.
As a farmer, I'm both lucky (pretty isolated) and pressured (I need to start my season to be able to feed my local community, with a lot more constraints than usual, find a way to sell online and deliver in a safe way, plan a lot because every broken tool or used up supply may be difficult to replace etc.).
I'm going to the city one last time tomorrow to pick up some farm equipment, then I'll stay on my farm for who knows how long. It's weird, because I had much time to prepare for this day, but it's still weird when it comes. Way less traumatic than for people who did not have time to get used to the idea, I suppose. Just weird.
I don't need to do this, but because I can (isolated farm, partially self sufficient for food), I suppose it's better for everyone if I do. I also hope that being home 100% of the time will give me time to get back to my comic. I even stopped publication, even if I have buffer, and slowed down even reading comics or posting here because of the stress all this planning gave me. Also I have medical issues, luckily, it seems it will be a medium term issue and not something that needs immediate attention. I just have to tolerate the pain until the health system is back to normal.