My wife and I have months of food on hand.
We are burning through some, but I'm getting groceries once a week.
I have been masking and gloving up for a month now. I am very careful about what I touch and keep my distance from people. If I need to use the phone, the glove comes off. I take annual courses in blood borne pathogens and a number of other things, so I am quite aware of how to handle fomites. Glove discipline is important. Do the shaving cream on the glove test to see how well you do. If you're hardcore, use anti-seize or bearing grease ;).
I don't think this thing is going to stop food supply, so I will continue to use what is out there, saving ours to give us freedom to NOT go out if it becomes too infectious.
I think we're over the hump on this thing though. Deaths have gone up, but those people caught this 3-4 weeks ago.
We live in one of the so-called “restaurant destination towns” in NJ, so we had been doing a lot of take out (I generally hate take out and would much rather go to a restaurant in person), since we can’t go in, might as well try to help them stay afloat. We’re spending as much money as ever, if not more, in restaurants around us.
We tried shop rite from home but found that the pickup, let alone delivery times weren’t plentiful. So one of us goes. Fortunately from my woodworking and diy tinkering on cars, I had some N95 masks (which we keep in a Tupperware container and reuse), and 5 mil gloves. Not enough to donate (I’m waiting for someone to try to shame me for wearing an N95 to the store).
I have a system to limit use of gloves - glove my right hand, keep left bare. Touch my stuff (phone, cc, etc) with left, public stuff (door handles, items in store, cc pin pad) with gloves hand. Limit exposure, go at off times, don’t go in if it looks too busy, support the little guy in less used stores.
We stocked up heavy at the start of this, so we’re generally OK. Lots of smaller shops, as well as some of the diners are selling food at reasonable prices.