Your DR plan may be unprepared for a pandemic, and while mid-pandemic is not the ideal time to be discovering issues, you should use this time to make changes
"Having a disaster recovery plan in place implies that a business believes there will come a time when operations will be disrupted, and it will be necessary to respond and run operations in some lessened or alternate capacity. When you think about the last few months, it sounds all too familiar. The shift to enabling remote work has been a DR scenario that few of us ever planned for or anticipated.
The changes in the way your business operates during the COVID-19 outbreak dictate what your pandemic disaster recovery plan needs to include for both this and the next potential pandemic..."