Someone said: It is only a children's book but for people who are ignorant of children's level theology it is that what we must present. Sheikh Salih al Farfur in his book arrisala annafia writes "many men ran away from war from fear of death and died amongst their tribe soon after the war and he who fought returned alive and this was Sayyiduna Khalid ibn al Waleed radi Allahu anhu who waged war for nearly thirty years and he was not killed and he passed away on his bed...." To die at exactly that time was written in the destiny of each of them and they could not escape their destiny. Likewise is the matter with respect the Coronavirus. If it is written in ones destiny that they will contract it then no matter how many precautions they take, they will still contract it and further if it is written that they will die from it then they will die from it. Opposed to this is that if it is written in ones destiny that they will not contract it then they could swim in a sea of it, they however will not contract it. There is no meaning in Islam to taking precautions except for peace of heart, the precautions will not save one from their destiny if it is written that they will contract the virus. Go to the masjid, pray without fear and take your time... one cannot escape their destiny.