Gov. Doug Burgum said North Dakota has always been a place where neighbors care about neighbors.
"Often that caring has been, if there's a crisis or a situation, part of what we do is, everybody comes over with a hotdish," Burgum said. "Everybody knocks on the door, and said, 'What can we do? How can we help?'"
But Burgum said with the coronavirus threat, neighbors can be a little more cautious, but still can be neighborly.
"In some cases, it might be better to call that neighbor, rather than just drop by," Burgum said.