Business is all about identifying and then working out a way to fill that need. Based on some of the suggestions in this thread: COVID-19 and your business - impacts ... I was thinking we might be able to identify some opportunities for people to provide a product or service to people in this new reality we're all facing. One thought I did have - mobile coffee vans - like the old icecream van playing music, you could roam the streets looking for people desperate for a good barista-made coffee. You could even deliver it to them if they are in quarantine or self-isolating. I also liked @The Y-man's idea about having struggling restaurants switch to selling meal kits or preparing takeaway for busy people who need a wholesome meal but don't have as much time. Any other business ideas people have which might help people while providing a source of income for those who are in a position to service the needs of the population?