I'll jump in. Supply chain shocks have caused an increase in prices. So while it is not monetary inflation, the price has indeed gone up so result is the same. The money supply is inflated, so when the velocity of money picks up, when people really get back to business, things could very well run buck wild.
Your previous post implied inflation was above 2% but you're saying now what you posted isn't actually monetary inflation. The mechanism of action matters for what we might expect in the future.