Hi! In fact, Corona has meant a reduction in the number of burglaries, but it is always good to be prepared. You should always follow the precautionary requirements and, for example, have doors locked and windows closed. It is also good to carefully document your jewelry; year of purchase, dimensions and stamps for example. If you have very valuable jewelry, you should consider getting a valuation certificate. Also, check with your home insurance company to make sure that the insurance amount for jewelry is adequate. As an extra precaution you can store jewelry in unexpected places at home. An insurance specialist once told me about a woman who had been burglarized but had not been robbed of her gold jewelry. She had hidden it in a pasta package in the pantry. (Which I have now revealed to all the thieves out there… )