If you want to help with COVID-19, and got some spare CPU/GPU cycles, maybe install nixpkgs.foldingathome. Version for x86_64 is available at nixpkgs master.
nix-shell -p '(import (builtins.fetchTarball "github.com/NixOS/nixpkgs/archi") {}).foldingathome' --run FAHClient
Also there is a Nix configuration option for that, see `services.foldingAtHome`.

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