Honestly, not really. Coronavirus is being sensationalized. It's really only killing anyone with medical conditions that already affect their cardiology and lungs. To anyone else it's a bad case of the flu. Might sound crazy, but most of the victims so far are elderly and do have these conditions already.
Now for the glacier melting, well I don't know about all that. I think we'll survive global warming, but it's going to take a lot of needless sacrifices that we've taken for granted as an entire race that really should managed more responsibly.
The world is definitely changing.
I'm not very fond of global warming being presented in this "it's either going to kill us all or everything is fine" dichotomy.
Obviously, no reutable scientific study has ever said it's going to kill off all humans, that's a ludicrous premise that is mostly just said by either denialists who want it all to come off as stupid, or by some very, very misguided activists who are prone to exaggeration because they're freaking out.
I am, however, worried about the change in global weather patterns negative affecting agriculture, water access and demographic patterns to the point where where will see tens, if not hundreds of millions of people becoming climate refugees (Monsoon-dependant countries are especially vulnerable, ie. most of the tropics and subtropics). It's basically impossible to predict this stuff (though people have tried, I've read assesments on growth predictions on different kinds of grains, for example), but what worries me is how blithely so many political groups are marching into this, assuming that they can solve everything by just putting up some barbed wire on the border or something.
Mass migrations and food scarcity (or rather, inadequate food distribution) breeds economic instability and political instability. I worry about long-term problems of civil wars, rise of authoritarianism as a "solution" for refugees, sectarian conflict, etc.
I don't want to spell doom and gloom, I'd just like there to be public support for long-term thinking and solutions in place before amphetamine parrot hits the fan. And if it doesn't, then good.