In this crisis the money supply has already increased far more than during the last crisis. But it's hard to say when this will produce inflation because we're still in the midst of a demand shock and a collapse in oil prices.
More money creation doesn't necessarily mean higher consumer prices. But, if production is falling while consumers use their stimulus checks to buy food and clothing, we could see noticeable price inflation.
Part of what made the Great Depression last so long was increased uncertainty about what regulation or tax the government might impose next. Today's looming threat of ongoing "shutdowns" creates a very similar situation.