I've seen it and the New York governor also saw it this past weekend.
I believe that people's risk perception is "off." They don't perceive a risk, other than running out of toilet paper, so they want to do what they want to do; where they want to do it; and, whomever they want to do it with. Thus, some lax social distancing is being observed by people in public.
Listen to this radio interview I did on Monday, March 23 with a Seattle Radio Station, KIRO FM: We have a ‘civic responsibility’ to stay home, help slow spread.
Maybe it will get a parent to yell at their teenager.