I think many people are anxious about the situation and this is normal. Granted, I've been relatively lucky in this situation. I have been working more than usual, the epidemiological situation here has been under control for several weeks, and we have been able to go back to some degree of normalcy recently. However, like everyone, I experienced lockdown, being extremely limited in my movement for a couple of months, not knowing when I'll get to see my family, watching businesses shut their doors forever, and a sense of shock and precariousness.
Here is what helped me cope:
1 Walking as much as I could. If you have the freedom to exercise outside, take it. If you don't, exercise at home.
2 Deliberate relaxation (whether it's pure meditation, ASMR, guided visualizations or hypnosis) that helped me sleep better.
3 Listening to The Happiness Lab
by Dr. Laurie Santos. She had some pandemic-specific tips that were very useful to me: https://www.happinesslab.fm/
4 Realizing a lot of what I considered normal was the icing on the cake, so, nice to have, but not necessary, or in fact unnecessary and detrimental to long-term well-being.