There are those who have to be out there to some degree.
We are not under stay-at-home order where I am (yet). We are limiting our trips out to essentials and few locations as possible.
Some items remain totally out of stock in the two places I checked:
Toilet paper (although I did find a small out of the way place that had some and got some cheap stuff in)
Gallon jugs of water (I did find some distilled in small quantities)
Some items I did see in-stock:
Milk (full refrigeration units this afternoon)
Frozen pizza (even some on-sale)
General refrigerated aisle in small store had a lot of food & drinks
General packaged foods
Sparse traffic on roads
Few cars at stores
Clerks are tired and stressed. One store built a clear plastic barrier in front of the cash register with a square hole in it for products and payment. Good idea and well-executed. Looked like a homemade bank window. I like that.
General public – I encountered silent and unfriendly attitudes, like being snotty with people might fend off the virus.
People, that's not what social distancing means. It means to keep physical distance between you and others. A friendly attitude or greeting would be a good practise right now, not a cold glare that says, "You're in my world and you don't belong there."