The only ongoing shortage in my grocery store now is farfalle, and I fail to understand why spaghetti, linguini, penne, rotini, and other pasta types are readily available but not farfalle. Also, I didn't realize it until this weekend but another shortage makes sense. My son's chest freezer died and the manufacturer has opted to refund the purchase amount rather than repair it. However, freezers of any size other than the mini ones are difficult to find. Today we went to a few big stores that normally sell them: none in stock and online stock is back-ordered until a month from now, and some won't allow online orders because they're so backed up. Finally found one at a furniture store that also sells appliances, but this was a fluke; it had been a special order just before the pandemic hit, arrived a couple of weeks into the shutdown, and the person who had ordered it decided not to proceed with the purchase. It was a little more expensive than my son wanted but it's much larger than his old one, and is an upright one, which will make it easier to see what's in there. The stores we visited confirmed that around the beginning of the pandemic here, customers snapped up all the in-store stock, presumably to freeze all the food they were panic buying.
In other news, my city has had a spike in cases, and the mayor has ordered masks to be required again, even though at the state level, people are in major denial that there's still a problem.