The hospital in my town has 17 beds. While the hospitalization rate of COVID-19 is difficult to pin down exactly, estimates indicate that between 5% and 20% of confirmed cases will need hospitalization. That means it will only take between 85 and 340 confirmed cases of this virus here before our healthcare facilities are overwhelmed. This is the situation for rural communities all over the US. So I will say it loudly:
STAY THE EFF HOME.
Now is not the time to use your "work from home" mandate to escape your favorite mountain community for that two week climbing trip. Now is not the time to organize Game of Thrones viewing parties with your friends.
I'm not a doctor, but I did study aerospace engineering and I know how to evaluate a trend line. Compare the data for Italy and S. Korea and ask what each country did differently. These two countries give us a peek into two potential futures based on our actions now.
It's impossible to know if the virus is in your community until confirmed cases start appearing. But without widespread testing in the US you can assume once symptomatic cases start appearing that many more people are also infected without realizing it. Stay home and help #flattenthecurve. (BTW, widespread testing data from Korea indicates that 20-29 year olds comprise roughly 30% of all infections but because they don't feel sick they continue to socialize, spreading the virus within their peer group and beyond.)