There is also now a maximum number of customers allowed in the store. When I was there there wasn't anyone enforcing this, but there were also fewer than the limit so it didn't matter. During busier times this may be an issue.
Stocking continues to get better with fewer things in limited supply. There were only two pineapples when I got there, but the rest of the fruits and vegetables are in sufficient quantity. One thing I did notice is that they have started to run out of less popular items. I don't know if it is an actual shortage or if they are just prioritizing stocking the basics. Pastas and sauces had lots of variety available with only a few items out of stock.
A bit change in the rice and beans aisle, especially in the rice. You can see there is one spot on the shelf that is empty, but plenty of rice. That doesn't even tell the whole story though, I saw several stacks of cases of rice in other areas of the store and one of the aisle end caps was devoted to rice. Dried beans are back in stock (except split peas, which this store has had trouble with all winter) and canned beans were also well stocked. There were two stacks of cases of chick peas on the other side of the aisle, so no shortage there. In the distance you see some empty shelves where the canned vegetables are, but that is only some brands and varieties, overall there were plenty.
Frozen vegetables were pretty picked over, still some but might not be what you want. Frozen ice cream treats were better than the last couple of weeks but the freezers were out of at least three quarters of the varieties.