Hope everyone is well and keeping their spirits up, what a mad time.
I have literally no experience in this field and wouldn't claim to but from what I've read I think it's important to bear in mind that at the moment the vast majority of deaths are over 60's (obviously lots of deaths under 60, the youngest being 19) but in France, Italy and the Nederlands (and I assume other countries whose records haven't been seen) people in intensive care are pretty much 50/50 over/under 60, thankfully with the intensive care the under 60s are nearly all surviving. Of course the issue is that many under 60s wouldn't survive without that intensive care and as hospitals become busier the numbers of deaths for under 60s will increase significantly. This is why it's so important to try and avoid an overload by self isolating and breaking the viruses network. Lots of countries have been managing the spread with mandatory isolation which is making a big difference but obviously can't completely stop it. The worry for me is if Italy looks like they do with mandatory self isolation what are we going to look like without it?
I've been keeping up to date with the Coronavirus Reddit, lots of excellent information and articles from around the world. There was a fantastic AMA with Bill Gates a couple of nights ago, definitely worth a read. If you're interested in getting up to the date scientific information, without any bias or jingoism I'd say it's a great place to look (I'm sure there are also links to articles from newspapers with agendas but not difficult to sort the wheat from the chaff...)
Sending solidarity and love to all 😊