We are constantly bombarbed with news about it, and some of it is, conflicting. What to do:
On a psychological frame of reference: Focus on the here and now. Don't dwell in the past, or the future, for that matter. Pay attention to the news and make decisions based on SCIENCE, not what your kids hear from schoolmates or teachers, neighbors, even family members. Discuss with your family physician or, if you are seeing a specialist, it will be especially important to receive their insight(s), especially if you are elderly or being treated for a challenging medical situation.
Listen to your own self, because after all, you have been living with yourself for many years ;-) and I trust that you will trust yourself.
Think about a positive future.
I realize that there are many who have lost loved ones to the Virus, and I don't take that likely. Please do not allow the grieving process to lock you in sadness, anger, feelings of guilt, depression. Remember that there is no set timetable. It may take longer for some, than for others, to feel better.
If you are confused, caught-up with everything and feeling that you just do not know how to process it, take a step back and look at the facts with a new set of eyes. Imagine yourself being very healthy, enjoying life, and little by little bringing Normal back to your life again.