N.T. Wright is an Anglican New Testament professor and prolific writer. Most recently, he published a piece at TIME magazine online titled, "Christianity Offers No Answers About the Coronavirus. It's Not Supposed To."
In contrast to the Pentecostal and Fundamentalist Baptist types who argue that COVID-19 is punishment for sin or the Pollyanna Liberal types who tell us everything is going to be OK, Wright offers a much more biblical outlook...lament.
Rationalists (including Christian rationalists) want explanations; Romantics (including Christian romantics) want to be given a sigh of relief. But perhaps what we need more than either is to recover the biblical tradition of lament. Lament is what happens when people ask, “Why?” and don’t get an answer. It’s where we get to when we move beyond our self-centered worry about our sins and failings and look more broadly at the suffering of the world.
I think he's spot on here. If you haven't already read the entire article, I encourage you to go to TIME and check it out. Then spend some time, slowly reading and praying through the Psalms he quotes in his article. You won't be disappointed.
Thanks be to God for the Psalms, which address every circumstance of the human existence.