Most people who aren't retards today were at some point. No one leaves highschool knowing how to make the most of life. But those that never figure it out end up being manchildren playing video games in their 30's. You've presumably got plenty of time to figure it out, and are probably ahead of the curve.
Hell, when I was seventeen, I was on my own and had no idea how to do anything. I was heating frozen cheese-steaks over the stove on a bent coat hanger. If I can make it, you can too.
I have spent more time in the last year wondering about a brain tumor than this 'pandemic.' I think I'm just sleep deprived though. Can anyone even point to someone in their lives that has died of this thing? Twenty billion deaths every day and no one even knows someone that died. The best they can point to is a friend that got sick for three weeks and has since made a full recovery. But why aren't we taking it more seriously?