https://www.health.gov.au/news/health-alerts/novel-coronavirus-2019-ncov-health-alert, but .. on t.v., I saw a visual plot showing an extrapolation of the average number each infected person spreads the virus to. The plot highlighted how the numbers rise rapidly with each level of person to spread level. From memory, it mentioned from WHO that the average infected person was spreading to between 2.2 and 3.x other people.
This was followed by a second inspiring/empowering plot showing some examples of how many infections were prevented by just one/each infected person who managed to not spread. Before the plot I knew all the government advice such as wash hands, social distancing etc. But the plot really made me self-connect with the sheer importance of me (even as a low risk and generally healthy person) seriously following official guidelines and encouraging others to do so.
Then I felt like I really 'got it' and the seriousness of all our public actions and what if had the virus without knowing it. Then concerned 'some' of the 'lower risk' sections of the population don't get it, or 'some' people don't understand the danger of a silent carrier in potential spreads.
For example there have been news reports about some people breaking required self isolation periods, not social distancing, coughing without covering their mouth, people continuing to socialize together, packed pubs in Ireland ... or more recently some people coughing/spitting at police or health care workers, and an online tik-tok cornonavirus challenge which frightened some elderly etc.