I’ve seen tons of great, useful advice on reducing coronavirus risk, and prepping for the fallout. What I haven’t seen is advice on reducing other day-to-day risks which would be unexpectedly dangerous (due to strained infrastructure, reduced medical capacity, etc) during the current period. Some obvious suggestions might include:
If you have to drive, do so more slowly and defensively than usual. Try to walk places (while not looking at your phone) if you can.
Don’t operate power tools.
Don’t do anything involving significant heights.
Be extra careful cooking (burns) and cleaning (chemicals), and handling things like glasses or knives that might cut you if they slip or break.
What other suggestions do people have?