I'm very much of the opinion that I'd rather be paranoid and over-prepared than accidentally pass it on to someone who it could really hurt or kill. Since there's a lot of people coming forward and saying that there's not enough testing, I believe the numbers are worse than what's reported. I'm not happy about my classes going online, my college graduation postponed, or basically disappearing from my friends for the rest of the semester. But if something I carelessly spread, because I was too selfish to take the steps, ended up killing someone? I couldn't live with the guilt. Italy is about 10 days ahead of the US in terms of the spread/effect, and everything from there is saying not to take this as a joke. I live about an hour away from home and want nothing more than to be with my parents and sister right now, but I was on a campus of 50k people. The odds of me having been exposed already are not great. My dad is being optimistic, but I highly doubt he'd make it out of this okay if he were to get it. I'm trying to wait it out and see if I don't have symptoms, but it's hard to tell. I also worry that if some kind of mandatory quarantine were in place, I wouldn't be able to travel the hour to wait it out with them.