Toilet paper is a nice comfort item but not really essential.
Local stores here (in Czechia) are well supplied, there is more toilet paper then I can ever use. Although there was a shortage for few days at the beginning of the quarantine.
Me and my family typically buy large packaging of TP so we don’t have to buy it all the time. I still have supply from last month.
I wouldn’t drive much if I was running low. Should the stores be out of TP, people are usually dumb and miss obvious things. Stuff like paper towels, paper tissues, wet wipes etc. Just last week I snatched good ol’ ethanol disguised as fuel for stoves/liquid firestarter. It’s not a great firestarter but when you stick a spray top from a kitchen cleaner on top of it, it’s a great decontamination tool. Good to have when normal disinfection is not available. Also, I’m equipped with running water, so bottom hygiene is really the last problem I have.
In Czechia shopping is no big deal. We have a quarantine, but we’re no Americans so we don’t do shenanigans like military in the streets and other such stuff. We had the commies so you can expect us to be ticked off if the state decides to use the military. All you need here is decent face mask and good hygiene. Also, we went in to quarantine relatively early seeing the stuff that goes down in Italy so here it ain’t as much of an explosion of a pandemic as in the US. Things so far are pretty relaxed around here but people do take the quarantine seriously.