Keep in mind simple rituals will really make a difference in your mental well being on the day to day. Some people will find comfort in relying on a spiritual practice while others will embrace daily meditation or exercise to get their mind clear and sound. Participate in grounding activities, eat well, cook good, nutritious foods to fuel your body with the best you can give it. Give yourself the grace, and the space to connect back with yourself so you can better be there for those that need you the most, including yourself.
We must also acknowledge that life as we once knew it has been ripped away from us for the foreseeable future. Grieve the ambiguous loss that you undoubtedly feel. Loss of routine, socialization we were used to, general day to day interaction with people in person is a loss will take its toll so be sure to grieve that loss. Make a point to keep in touch with family, friends, anyone you would have normally seen on a regular basis. Set up weekly virtual hangouts, phone calls, and video chats so you can stay connected to those you know and love. We will absolutely get through this, it is only a matter of time. While we take that time, however, be sure to also, take care of yourself.