We are all fighting with the common enemy: COVID-19. Of course, doctors are on the front line and need all the help they could get. But essentially they fight with consequences, not a cause.
The biggest impact right now could be achieved by preventive measures, and as we know “abstinence is the best form of contraception” - staying at home and reducing live human contacts is the most efficient preventive measure against the virus. But people are people, it is really hard to sit at home all day, different people can handle the isolation differently: some people freak out, some fall into depression, some brake the rules.
Helping people deal with the isolation, giving them more ways to spend time home, more possibilities to connect with friends, maintain relationships and substitute real-life communication helps flatten the curve and keep people sane.