As humans, we are wired to rely on social connection. Staying connected helps us to manage stress and avoid unhealthy coping mechanisms. Try to stay connected with your friends, family, and neighbors, maybe even your coworkers. Do it through Skype, phone calls, Whatsapp, or any other form of digital communication. Ask how they are doing and let them know how you are doing too. Offer support, love and encouragement.
All in all, the important thing is trying to build a positive mindset. Journaling, meditation, prayers are examples of useful acts of mindfulness that can help manage anxiety and ground you to the present instead of worrying about things you cannot control. While there are bigger things to worry about than being indoors, like economic instability, job sustainability and many more, it begins with how you feel and what you do about it.
If you need further support, contact Befrienders KL at 03-79568145. NGOs like Mental Illness Awareness & Support Association (MIASA) and SJ Care Warriors also provide free counseling services.