I know it's hard. As a Victorian, I had the pleasure (note the sarcasm) of the 2020 lockdown and as restrictions were about to ease in Melbourne, my mother-in-law passed away in the UK - we received an exemption, flew there, and went pretty much into six months lockdown (whilst still working to Melbourne hours...which was through the night there) and dealing with the grief of her passing. We then managed to get a flight home (six months later), spent 2 weeks in hotel quarantine, then came out of hotel quarantine when we went into the 5 day circuit breaker in February. I was at the point where I had to laugh...I started thinking that I was the one responsible for lockdowns all around the world! :)
And now we are here in lockdown #4 (my #5). Whilst it sucks, I encourage you to focus on the things you can control - get out of bed and go for a walk; truly appreciate the fresh air. Cook yourself a dish from your childhood that gives you comfort (I made curried sausages the other night). I even do a mindfulness exercise every morning on my verandah - close my eyes and listen for five different sounds (birds, train, kids laughing); then with my eyes still closed try and smell 5 different smells (the different trees, the neighbours fire, coffee brewing). I find it just makes me stop and appreciate all the small things about this world that we sometimes take for granted.
I also recently watched David Attenborough's "The Year Earth Changed". It shows how with people in lockdown, nature has had a chance to recover, pollution subsided, etc. It made me reflect on that whilst we may be doing it tough, species have managed to go from endangered to recouping numbers. It provided me with a bit of solace about the situation and an appreciation for the world (not just the human world).
Please take care of yourselves.