Good to hear you are doing all right. Same thing here really. Schools are closed except for kids of health workers and such. People working remotely for as far as that's possible. That sort of thing.
What's the situation over there atm? I saw Boris Johnson caught the virus and is in the intensive care. Perhaps he'll stop shaking hands now.
The Netherlands has been increasing the ICU limit somewhat. So far so good - the (what they like to call over here) "intelligent" lockdown (it's not really a lockdown but people are advised to stay home, keep distance etc and mostly do so) does seem to have flattened the curve enough. Germany's taken a couple of patients as well. Apparently they have a bucketload of ICUs (relative to inhabitants, that is). Makes me wonder why the Netherlands didn't have that. Blind optimism, perhaps.
I'd be interested to know if anyone from Italy/Spain/Portugal is reading this, what the mention of Eurobonds in the news has been for you. Over here it's been a point of discussion quite a bit and these countries have been mentioned specifically, in addition to the more generalised term "southern countries". I've been trying to gather perspectives from other countries but am running into language difficulties. It's also difficult for me to know which news outlets for other languages are considered "decent"/"trusted". If anyone could refer me to some good sources, then I should be able to manage to make sense of things with some help of Google Translate. (Situations like these makes me wonder if perhaps the EU's biggest "weakness" is our lack of a unified language. It makes communication and by extension mutual understanding needlessly difficult.)