Obviously Coronavirus is going to have many more important effects on our society (stay safe everyone, and most importantly try to keep the elderly and health-compromised people you know safe) than its impact on video games, but I do think it's worth considering whether this is going to bring down Gamestop once and for all. Games have been moving towards digital distribution for a while, which is the main reason Gamestop has been circling the drain, and while people being stuck indoors for a few months won't impact video games more than any other industry (everything is going to be hit by the coming recession and entertainment is one of the first expenses to go), retail is one area that's going to be disproportionately affected. If people aren't supposed to go out except for essentials they are not going to go buy video games or collectibles in a retail store, and Gamestop can't afford to see its business dry up for a few months (let alone longer than that.) In addition, if people are pushed towards digital distribution by this they might not go back after. A lot of people still buy physical at a store out of habit and this could kill that habit.
I honestly wouldn't be surprised to see Gamestop's inevitable bankruptcy be sooner and much worse than everyone was expecting. Mom & Pop stores will be affected too, of course, but many of those stores have loyal customers who want to support them and might return after this has passed. Gamestop is just an interchangeable convenience for most people.
Coronavirus may change the movie business forever, for somewhat similar reasons, but I don't think the big theater chains will go out of business because movie theaters still have something unique to offer and there are lots of people who will want to go back after this has passed. I can't say the same for Gamestop.