Due to IRL commitments related to the 2019–20 coronavirus pandemic I will have limited and unpredictable time for on-wiki participation for the foreseeable future. I will get email notification for messages left on my talk page and will try to follow up on such when circumstances permit, but regular pings and notifications are unlikely to be noticed any time soon.
If your country has not yet implemented extremely strict social distancing and other infection control measures you may already be too late to prevent your healthcare system from overloading and breaking down. The difference between a health system that is coping and one that is overloaded is the difference between a lethality of .5–1% and one of 5–7.5%. The lethality is worse for old people and people who are already sick, but younger people are not immune: there are twentysomethings dying in (modern, well-equipped) hospitals in Italy right now. Your best bet, and the best bet for the world, is for you to put pressure on your government to implement decisive measures as early as possible, and hours can literally make a huge difference.
The world is already close to global exponential growth. This is not a China problem, or an Italian problem, or an Iran or South-Korea problem: they're a week or two ahead but other countries will soon overtake them.
But strict infection control measures, including in particular social distancing, has been demonstrated to be effective.
Panic and inaction are both lethal right now: please take rational but urgent steps to protect yourself and your community from this unprecedented global pandemic!