Grocery stores are hiring. Delivery services are hiring (can you drive?). How good is the social distancing? Hard to say. Here in Massachusetts, workers have striked to get better protective gear. Your mileage undoubtedly will vary.
The CDCs is already putting out PSAs. If you can make your own, hey, go for it. Don't expect to make any money off something like that.
Can you find regular work? Maybe. If you don't look, then there's a 100% chance that you won't.
Get your wifi fixed, particularly if you're looking to do transcription work. Get those ducks lined up before sending out resumes.
Did you read what the OP said about mom being concerned about social-distancing and virus exposure?
Do you really want to be encouraging people to go out job-seeking at a time when virus-transmission is still a concern and lots of industries/businesses are struggling due to lockdown?
Ideally, we will be working on coming up with productive ways to use our time remotely, but right now there are a lot of people looking for work and a shortage of innovative ideas about how to organize work productively without increasing risks of viral transmission.
So I would say it's a good time to be thinking about a future where pandemics are a continuing threat yet people need to find ways to utilize their time productively and maintain their households in a way that minimizes the need for home visits by various types of support workers.
Social-distancing is a bigger challenge than many people are realizing, I think, because many are just expecting things to go 'back to normal,' soon instead of considering that we actually have to reform more generally for prospective pandemic threats in the future as well.
Resource/climate sustainability was the big future concern before Corona, but now we have the additional challenge of how to organize societies/economies so that they are BOTH environmentally sustainable AND safe from viral threats.
Fortunately, the air is getting clearer in many places as a result of the economic slowdown, so the challenge is how to maintain that positive aspect of the lockdown while coming up with new forms of work/productivity that allow people to contribute to the economy without adding to the threats of contagion and/or unsustainability.