We hadn't noticed until we went to the function space that the Game Manufactures Association Expo was here. This is the prefunction lobby in front of the ballroom, which GAMA Expo is using for its exhibit hall but that the 2011 Worldcon used for its Masquerade and Hugo Awards. Things were pretty quiet by the time we came through because it was after the Exhibit Hall closed and the attendees had headed off for other things (like filling up the restaurant).
We didn't actually run across anyone we know, but it's likely that there are people here who we know from Worldcon, especially given that Off World Designs has a booth in the exhibit hall. I saw one person wearing an OWD t-shirt as well.
The registration area had both hand sanitizer in the large economy size, but also, to my amusement, badge ribbons of various sorts as handouts.
We talked with a few people, and it quickly became clear that the people we met knew "our" fandom. I could talk about "Worldcon" without having to explain what it was, for example. We could have hung around longer, but I have to work tomorrow, and we still had grocery shopping to do, so we had to move on to WinCo Foods. We saw a few signs of panic buying, particularly in the toilet paper aisle. (We bought one package ourselves, but that was on our regularly scheduled shopping list.) They were limiting purchases of bottled water, hand sanitizer, and other things. We weren't panic buying; this was just our normal grocery shopping, which we completed without incident. As my day was drawing to a close, Lisa drove us home.