Here's a sliver of normality to make you feel, hopefully, a little better. The RUC at Turner is having a meat raffle, it's just a virtual one.
Tickets are $5 for a strip of five numbers, with a small booking fee added on.
There will be eight meat trays and a major prize. All proceeds go to the Owls Junior Rugby Club.
The draw will be live on The RUC Turner Bowls Facebook page, from 7pm on Friday. The club will deliver the trays to the winners.
There will also be a virtual trivia night for members on Thursday, April 2. And the club's usual Friday night live music and Sunday funk and soul sessions would be live-streamed.
Club manager Jeremy Wilcox said it was still thinking of its members.
"This is a community club and when things get a bit tough, we still need to be a community club," he said.
Mr Wilcox said the club just had to endure.
"I'm actually just sitting here out on the deck [of the club]. There's a blue sky, I can see Black Mountain, and I just wish the deck was full of people," he said.
"We're coping. We've had a good couple of years which should, depending how long this goes, should mean we will be OK.
"Everyone is upset they haven't got their jobs. But we're getting jobs done and the club has never been cleaner."