Also, with the disturbing number of deaths of many good Jews around the world, as published HERE, including a number of talmidei chachamim and roshei yeshivot, it's helpful to read the Kli Yakar on next week's parsha, Parshat Shemini.
Hashem first hit the nations with coronavirus, and now it's hit several chashuv people in the frum community. Either way, it's supposed to make us regular people stand up and take notice. (The Kli Yakar bases his explanation on the Gemara.)
Particularly with tzaddikim, we're supposed to think something like, "If such thing could happen to such a holy person, then what will be with a schlub like me?"
We are also supposed to feel bad (in a way that leads to positive change) that our sins led to the death of a very good person.
Let's do what we can to stop people from dying. Yes, there are people dying from their own sins. But regarding whatever is connected to our own stuff, let's do our best.
May Hashem have rachmanut on all of us, and may all those infected with coronavirus merit a speedy and complete healing along with all the ill & suffering of Am Yisrael.