I read the masks topic and, other than those who work, why go into stores given the concerns?
There are many home delivery pharmacies and like CVS some have drive through. My grocery store has drive up pharma services.
I've been using 2 different grocery delivery services, stores also have the personal care and over the counter pharma type things. This has gone well. It can take a long time to get a "slot" for grocery store curb-side-pickup, but for home delivery I got my order the next day dropped at my door for contactless shopping. The fee was about $10 (and I tip), $60 minimum order. My sister uses a personal shopper at Price Chopper who talks to her by Smart Phone when choosing items.
I also ordered at True Value website a bleach cleaning product (actually found someone who sells that), free shipping to store, then curb-side pick-up. Also, discovered Etsy website - I think this company is now 40,000 1 person businesses out of their homes selling fantastic crafts and things they make. Some also sell the tools and products needed for crafting like yarn, fabric, etc. Easy to find what you want to buy and at good prices, fast delivery.
There is also the advantage in south PA where many Amish farms have roadside stands. Common is that the items are all out, and no person is around at all. You put money in the little can and help yourself to what you buy. It can be fresh produce or pots of flowering plants and perennial plants and more. There are also stands that sell outstanding homemade cloth masks for $5. And signs pointing to farms off the road that sell fresh things like eggs and milk. And a real butcher shop (a converted house) with fresh and homemade cured meats - good for farmers and consumers with the meat packing plants shutting down. And not crowded, maybe 4 people in line outside with proper distancing.
Good luck staying safe. As for comfort in mask wearing, I pull my cloth mask below my nose if no one is near. It is really not visible to anyone else as it stick up in front of my nose but gives about 1/4 inch space for normal air. Only risk now is we will all get weird tan lines on our faces.