Do you mean we should ignore the governmental orders to protect ourselves? Should society ignore the action? Wouldn’t this lead to turmoil in the world, giving rise to more individuals contracting the disease?”
In the Infallible Way, societal needs respond to collective activity of mind. As long as resistance to Truth exists, coping amid the coronavirus is the prevailing practice in the world, thus, we cope with the fear of the unknown. The fear paralyzes us that frustrates our ability to respond effectively to life challenges.
We learn to become victims of actions of others and cast blame for experiences such as the virus and then, learn to cope by establishing societal standards. Those standards regulate what appear as chaos and conflicts to abate the fear. Such mode of regulating bears short term resolve, and yet is a need that prevents a resisting society from anguish and even, annihilation.
By awakening to our Truth, however, one by one, we contribute to the overcoming of the need for experiences, such as the effects of coronavirus.
The shift in collective mind shifts the need for similar viruses, including the role players that bring life to the coronavirus. The decline of need for incidents in our personal world is realized on the larger world scale. We individually reduce our needs for experiences that shifts collective consciousness to reduce needs for experiences on a societal level.