An outbreak of deadly COVID-19 virus has not only taken the lives of people but also severely crippled the economy . Due to strict lockdown, the manufacturing and logistics activities have been suspended, and it has affected the demand and supply of various products as a result of restrictions imposed on shopkeepers and retailers . Impacts of COVID-19 are observed ubiquitously in every type of units from different sectors . In this study, a simulation model of the public distribution system (PDS) network is developed with three different scenarios to demonstrate disruptions in the food supply chain . Difficulties have been increased in matching supply and demand in a vast network of PDS because of changing scenarios with the growth of infected cases and recovery . This paper also highlights the importance of a resilient supply chain during a pandemic . Our proposed simulation model can help in developing a resilient and responsive food supply chain to match the varying demand, and then further assist in providing decision-making support for rerouting the vehicles as per travel restrictions in areas . Paper has been summarised with significant highlights and including future research scope for developing a more robust food supply chain network.