Here in the US, we are "pretending" to have "Stay at Home" orders. Most of these orders have been effect for less than one week. Here in the Midwest, it started Monday or Tuesday (so 4 days ago max).
Pretending is the word, because I'd estimate 75% of working people are exempt. Example: Agriculture is exempt which makes sense as we don't want to starve having no harvest in the Fall. BUT, the illegal Mexicans that mow the lawns are also "agricultural" workers.
Walmart is open (and parking lots are full of people shopping for toilet paper), as are all grocery stores, drug stores, hardware and home building (Home Depot & Lowes) stores.
Closed are restaurants, gyms, and similar service providers. Banks have drive up only. Restaurants can provide drive thru service, delivery, or carry out service. Churches are (voluntarily) closed. Funeral homes are closed to conducting funerals except family (limited to 10 persons).
Construction workers are working (but supposedly maintaining 6 ft "social distancing").
60% of the new cases are 50-100 miles of NYC.
I don't see it slowing down anywhere here yet, but it's really too soon to expect to see that.