I think it's probably best not to ride for a number of reasons right now. Being part of the problem potentially spreading it around or bringing it home to family Accident which puts you in a overwhelmed or heavily contaminated situation, you get virus and are in a weakened state. Worst case it's a bad accident and they're in a triage situation and you're out of luck. Gas pumps are going to be covered in it, wear gloves, plastic bag or whatever getting gas and disinfect your card (cash is filthy). Avoid going into the station at all costs as it's reported to stay in aerosol form in the air up to 3 hours. You may walk in right after a coughing person. Remote chance you catch a cough in the face from a driver in front of you, avoid traffic jams if any still exist. Recirculate function on your car air is winner right now. State/Local restrictions will be growing. I'd expect tickets issued in places for non-compliance with mandates to be at home. Some towns may barracade as well, that's what happened in 1918. If you're a foreigner in a zenophobic location that could be a very dangerous situation. 2-3 weeks potentially out of work being sick or worse ICU bills for a severe case. Be careful with boots/shoes. The reason China was spraying the roads with bleach water is people tracking in the virus on feet. Watch it with your motorcycle boots, someone could have spit on the road you just stopped and stood in, or gas station pump. Right now you can still support a motorcycle economy by farkling and buying books to prepare and ride, get your butler maps, lay out your celebratory trip for surviving Covid19. Dealerships should work a facetime sales strategy where you can buy now and pickup later and work in some incentives or even deliver a bike to your garage. Same with service, pick up and quarantine the bike then perform service and return. The virus lives on surfaces for 3? days max. Just let things sit before you play around with them or disinfect with the CDC recommended mixture of bleach/water.