I build systems for my clients, and if I get an order for more than 2 or 3 computers, I'm screwed. Does Intel even care? They seem to be selling them to Dell, Lenovo, and HP! It's been over a year now that processors have been "highly constrained". I usually end up having to buy processors retail (Newegg, MicroCenter, etc.) just to fill orders.
I don't use old processors for my builds, and the 10th gen, as of right now, is not a desktop processor. I'm talking about the 9400, 9500, 9600, and previously the 8th gens were very low availability as well. The 9400F has always been available, but you have to buy a video card for that. The 9600K is occasionally available, but I've always used the mainstream i5 with graphics for my builds. Synnex, Techdata, and Ingram Micro never have them in stock.
Ok, so we are talking about the i5-9xxx.
Intel Customer Support cannot answer this question. Processors are distributed through channels. Once they leave Intel, there is no control over where they go.
I would imagine the big OEMs are responsible for this consumer shortage.
Al is correct; there is no one here who can answer this question for you. For information regarding product availability, you would be better served by contacting one of the Intel Authorized Distributors and Approved Suppliers.