They're already cutting back on spending in case coronavirus leads to a recession, and they're taking the shopping they are doing online to avoid going out in public. They're also taking advantage of delivery apps more than usual.
And when it comes to affording coronavirus treatment and screening, many millennials are worried. More than one-third of insured millennials aren't confident they could handle costs, according to a First Insight survey, and they said they might have to borrow money from family or the bank to afford it.
But not all millennials are as concerned about coronavirus or practicing social distancing. Some are capitalizing on cheap coronavirus flights to see the world or take a vacation.
Here's how coronavirus is affecting millennials' financial behavior.