Don't forget to check on each other while working from home.
Especially those who are living alone or are (probably) feeling lonely (new in the country or town) or those who are/were used to be in the office mostly and around colleagues most of their time.
Silence and/or replying "It's ok." or "I am fine." are the quiet alarms and signals that it is worth finding time for physical meeting with these people and try to get them more engaged.
Don't be afraid to talk about your or others' fears, worries or insecurities. Anxiety, depression or boredom are getting worse if hidden, unspoken or isolated.
Reach out. Be there. Empathy and compassion are the key soft "skills" of now and of the future.