I live in Ireland. 785 cases up to today. Two encouraging things: 1. Only 3 deaths - % way lower than other countries. 2. There's been a drop in the number of cases the past 2 days. Social distancing measures started over a week ago. All schools, bars, events closed down. Most shops closed down. 400,000 people out of work in retail & hospitality sectors. Our Taoiseach (Prime Minister) addresses the nation earlier this week - has seemed to have had a big impact on peoples preparedness. The was a big run on food shops a few days ago, but the big stores have responded well and restocked quickly. Fortunate that the big chains had decided to build up 4 months extra supply of goods in storage over recent months in case of disruption caused by our near neighbours brexit issues (most goods entering Ireland from mainland Europe transit through UK).