BigWilliam asked a great question in another thread, so let's all chime in:
How's everyone doing?
First off, I hope you and yours are safe and healthy. My heart goes out to everyone who's being financially stressed right now.
In my neck of the woods (PNW) we were described as a "hot spot" for a while. I've been working from home since March (thank goodness I can work from home) so I'm ready to be done with this "house arrest" stuff. I don't think I'm the only one that feels that way. Just looking around the neighborhood, I'd guess only 10% of people are wearing masks and the social distancing thing is pretty sketchy - there's a lot of interaction that's within 6 feet.
I'm pretty worried about small businesses. For example, I don't know if my local comic book shop is going to be able to reopen, and I'm pretty concerned about the MA gyms. I chatted with one of the owners of the BJJ school, and was told they are doing ok, but I could easily see schools closed down for good. Two months without any income is brutal. Popping in on the BJJ subforum, there are folks wondering if schools will ever be able to reopen, give the close contact.
While I can't train, I'm super fortunate that a buddy of mine loaned me a kettlebell, so I've been able to get some fitness in each day. It's not a lot, but it's something. (Dan John's 10,000 swing program has been a life saver)
Overall, I would say I'm pretty stressed but (mostly) coping. I know I'm stressed out. I know I'm over-reacting to things, and think (hope) it's good that I recognize that. But I have been prone to boredom: I start reading a book, and decide I don't want to read anymore, so I switch to Netflix and can't find anything I want to watch, so I switch to Amazon Prime, and can't find anything, so back to the book...wash, rise, repeat for an hour.
I'm originally from the Midwest, so I've heard of "cabin fever". Well, this is the first time I've experienced it, and it's not fun at all.