I've been teaching from home since early February, apart from a couple of days when the HK government got complacent and thought it was all over, only for the number of cases to shoot up due to people returning from overseas. I actually like it as I'm an introvert at the best of times and at this particular time keeping quite about my plans to head back to the UK when my current contract expires in September. I mostly worry about my wife who still goes to work (she's a lawyer and there is no provision for secure remote working at her practice). I generally feel relatively safe here because everyone
wears masks, so not much chance of them spraying you with droplets.
A lot of my teaching (BA (Hons) in Landscape Architecture) involves one-on-one or small-group tutorials, so doing it over MS Teams is working well - the students actually seem more attentive and responsive than in the studio. Online meetings
snoozefests are great because you just log in, keep half an ear on what the bigwigs are saying (because we're only there to make up the numbers), and get on with some real work. My productivity has shot up due to the lack of interruptions from people wandering into my office to talk about nothing, to the point that I'm spending half the day on games stuff.
I hope the panic-buying elsewhere eases off - we've had bouts of it over here, but once everyone's tiny flat was stuffed full of toilet roll and bags of rice the supermarket shelves filled up pretty quickly. Actually, toilet paper is taking up two isles in my local now, with some pretty good offers.
Government's just instituted bans on gatherings of more than 4 people, but that's pretty pointless unless they shut down public transport and non-essential employers. So I work from home and worry about the missus.