If the unthinkable happens (assuming this progresses elsewhere, as it has in BC or Canada, or Spain, or France or Italy, or England), these are the everyday services you are about to lose. Act now and ensure you are not left without. This is where we are at, and what is happening, or has occurred, here in BC...But we have also lowered the virus spread from 24% daily increase, two weeks ago to a 2% daily increase, as of yesterday.
Say good bye to ancillary healthcare: physiotherapy, chiropractic therapy, massage therapy, acupuncture, naturopaths, dentists, denturists, optometrists etc. All will or should be shut down.
Say good bye to your normal daily, weekly, or monthly appointments: hair salons, nail salons, gyms, swimming pools, playgrounds, basketball courts, tennis courts, etc. All will or should be shut down.
Say good bye to any "regular" non-essential medical care: wart removal, ultra sounds, x-rays, monitoring blood panels, etc. Unless urgent, these will be reserved for serious or critical (my shoulder injury from January, and my wrist injury are no longer important enough to have diagnostic testing done to determine the problem).
Say good bye to any "day programs": adult care, respite care, child care. All will or should be shut down; or reserved for essential workers.
Say good bye to all kid activities: school, play programs, sports programs, art lessons, music lessons, basically any organized activity for kids, special needs or otherwise, will or should be shut down.
Say good by to any in person socializing: eat in restaurants, going for coffee, going for a run with friends, movies, theatres, music events, bars, clubs, poker games, mahjong, bridge, birthday parties, weddings, funerals, celebrations of any sort. Come up with a plan to meet these social interactions in a contactless manner.
Say good bye scavenging: flea markets, garage sales, thrift stores, second hand stores, swap and shop, trades etc. All will or should be shut down.
Ensure your prescriptions are up to date, and have refills. Expect pharmacies to run low on certain items, and that rationing (one month supply only, no purchasing 6 mths) will occur. Especially critical for those with asthma, diabetes, heart disease, cancer etc.
If you run a business, or are employed in a workforce that is considered non-essential, you will be at either unemployed and at home; or if you are lucky, working from home - UNLESS you figure out now how to operate in a manner that requires no contact. Pretty much this is every Mom and Pop business, restaurants, food service, all personal care related businesses, all sports related businesses, etc. If you supply a food service business, get a plan in place to redirect your food stuffs, or ensure those you supply have a plan to go to delivery, take out or pick up only.
Now is the time to talk to your employer about working from home, setting up a home office, and figuring out and getting all your "ducks in a row". If you have children, get a backup childcare plan in place, with a relative or neighbor.
If you have livestock, pets or other animals, requiring regular vet/farrier services. Do it NOW. Ensure you have adequate feed/food/water, supply chains will be disrupted and feed stores will have shortages, pet stores will likely close or go on delivery only. Ensure you have all meds, dewormers etc. on hand now. Create a multi pronged backup plan in case you fall ill and can no longer care for your animals or livestock.
Discover who in your area is 'at risk' of not being able to meet their own needs for going out, grocery shopping, caring for their livestock etc. Get a buddy system set up to make sure no one loses their animals or put themselves at risk to to care for themselves or their animals, this is especially critical for those who run rescues or volunteer organizations, donations and staff are about to dry up.
Get your computer serviced, your TV, any appliances or tools anything that you have been holding off on, get it done now. These things will soon be difficult or unavailable to obtain.
Check your septic, get it pumped and or serviced, now. Same with the well, get all moving parts checked, serviced and have anything that is "cobbled together" fixed properly. Failure of either of these systems at this time could be catastrophic.
If you want a new job, to replace what you currently do, look to anything that involves delivery, get your vehicle serviced and ready to go.
I am in no way suggesting hoarding...but know that things like hand sanitizer, isopropyl alcohol (rubbing alcohol), lysol (or any disinfecting) wipes, OTC meds for pain and allergies, toilet paper, yeast, flour, sugar and pet food will suffer supply distribution problems, and at times be scarce, unavailable or rationed. At times meat counters were wiped out, as were dairy and other perishables. These shortages were completely due to hoarding - stores could not stock these items fast enough - and not a lack of supply. So from now on, do not assume you will be able to get what you want, when you want. Shop when you have less than a two week supply, do not wait until Fido is out of dog food, know you may have to wait a few days or a week to restock.
I highly recommend you assume a lockdown is inevitable, be it government imposed or self imposed for personal safety. Good luck, stay safe, and be good to your neighbors.