I'm based in Chile and so far we do not have mandatory quarantine although malls, schools and pretty much everything else is shut down. The country is now under state of catastrophe.
I do have two kids (ages 2 and 9) and few weeks ago my wife was diagnosed with a severe form of anemia that may lead to leukemia if not treated.
The firm I work for is a service provider for a major US bank and therefore I interact with US staff daily - and all of them are homeworking. Other local teams are WFH when is possible but my team is identified as a "critical resource" and there's zero chance of working remotely. The building is pretty empty tough...
I do not feel safe coming to work given the situation of COVID-19, and since my wife is a stay-at-home mom and my kids aren't going to school since last week, I'm the only one with chances of bringing the virus to my house.
I'm a foreigner so I don't know Chilean law that much, but is there any law or protocol from ILO/UN or whatever that grants me the right of not commuting to work if the situation is exceptional, like this one?