xenspirit 104 Posted March 9 Hi, My partner and I both are in the high risk category. We are disabled. He has COPD and is over 60. I have had heart surgery for aneurysm and so fall into another high risk area. So for the past 2 weeks, we have not gone out of the house. We stocked up in February. We are ordering our groceries via a delivery service. There are a couple of different services in our area in the United states that go to local grocery stores and then bring them directly to your house. There's also services where you can order products in stock up amounts with free delivery. As a result of our commitment to socially distance ourselves, I have had to give up things. I was taking an art class that I quit mid way through. It wasn't a huge investment, but it was a sadness for me to not be able to go. I also have quit going to a church where I had just started since we moved. I'm still involved peripherally, and I intend to go back this summer. But the risk for us is great. We really don't want to come down with coronavirus. Has anybody else made that kind of a choice? How are you coping with it?