Darren Palmer our family is fortunate my husband will be able to work from home without a problem. The memo went out last week and his corporate office canceled his flights and hotels for him without telling him per CEO. He also deals mostly with public safety so there is an element of job security, but not everyone is as fortunate my children may run into different difficulties. I am not panic shopping but I am definitely shopping with an old fashioned perspective. I think food will be back on the shelves sooner than that. Most people bought enough to last two weeks or a month. Therefore, the plan is to stay in for that length of time, perhaps venturing out for a few perishables. I think we’ll see stores restock in days. People will buy more at a time, but after this, they won’t ALL do it the same weekend. I had to go to 6 different stores to get half of what I needed, I am in a fairly rural part of Colorado by comparison to Denver. I can imagine trying to find things in Vegas. Hopefully, people will become fatigued from panic shopping. That is actually a thing. Well, for better or for worse Trump has lifted the restrictions that Truck drivers had on the hours they are permitted to drive. Our grocery store put out an article that stated they had plenty of things in the warehouse, they just don’t have enough drivers to get it to the stores, and enough workers to get the I’m not mean I’m just too old to pretend I like you shirt on the shelves. Hopefully, the store hour changes help that. I live in Denmark – we have been locked down for 5 days now. Initially, there was hoarding – but now all the shelves have been restocked. There are food and toilet-paper for everyone. It’s a health crisis – not a food crisis.