I live in West Michigan, near Grand Rapids. I was at Costco at about 2:30 this afternoon and it was as empty as I have ever seen it. I didn’t see anyone with more than one package of t.p. in their cart. Bread was a little low, no flour, plenty of meat, cheese & veggies/fruits.
They had rearranged the handicapped parking and had all of the carts in the parking lot and were using the “garage area” where the carts usually are as the entrance, which was divided into two lanes, separated by stacks of pallets. There appeared to be lines taped on the floor that led to the checkout area, which was staffed by a worker directing people to the next open lane. (Only one way to the checkouts.)
I found it odd that neither Costco or the local grocer had skim milk, but plenty of 2% and whole. Also plenty of non-dairy milks.