There are several behaviors that can currently act as an antidote to fear and social isolation:
1. search for clear and well-founded information regarding the nature of the virus, the possible risks and the security measures to be implemented;
2. use technological tools in order to preserve, if possible, one's working activity and keep alive the contact with loved ones and with the extended social network;
3. plan daily moments of leisure, and, if possible, family sharing, to relieve tension and stress;
4. have available service contacts and specialists able to offer medical and psychological assistance in case of need.
In addition, keeping in mind the importance of the altruistic repercussions of one's isolation behavior for the safety of the entire community, represents an essential point to preserve the sense of connection with the world and contain the experience of solitude.