I really haven't been all that worried, but I'm getting more so by the day. I spent most of this week 4 1/2 hours away from home at a baseball tournament for my oldest son. We decided we didn't want to buy into the wifi network where we were staying, and I had little to no cell coverage. I was getting snippets of news things when I got a brief moment of cell coverage. Facebook never worked, which is probably a damn good thing. The more I heard about what was being closed and suspended, the more worried I became. Then my wife got some bad info and passed that along like wildfire and that kind of freaked me out. I'm not so much worried about getting the virus, or even my kids. We're all relatively healthy. I worry about my parents. They're both 66. My dad is healthy, but my mom isn't. She's been fighting a bacterial infection for months and I worry about her immune system already being weakened. I worry about how this will affect my business. I worry about being able to provide for my family. I worry about running out of stuff because the idiots are panic buying and hoarding. It's been kind of interesting to see how things are going. My oldest daughter plays competition (club) level soccer. Utah's governing body has shut down all games for two weeks, but clubs can still hold practices and such at their discretion. Schools have shut everything down for two weeks, even attendance. My oldest son plays competition level baseball. The coaches have decided by themselves to take a short break to let things chill for a bit. About 10 days to two weeks. My other sons play little league baseball. Business as usual, for now. My two other daughters dance. Business as usual, with a little more cleaning and sterilizing (they claim to already be doing more than CDC requirements/recommendations).