Here’s a message I was forwarded from a local ER doc. “In a world where we are all taking care to keep 6 feet apart and the only external activity we have all week is to go to the grocery store, am I the only one that thinks it crazy that we then all stand face to face with a cashier with no mask who has done the same for every other member of our community? This is where the spread will happen.” I’ve been wondering the same thing. So has The Atlantic’s Olga Khazan: Grocery Stores Are the Coronavirus Tipping Point. (The carts have wipes, gloves and washing can reduce the touching risk, the food doesn’t transmit it. It’s the people.)

+ “The van he drove wasn’t cleaned before or after his 10-hour shift, nor were the bins holding packages handled by warehouse workers and delivery drivers. Yet his company offered no gloves or masks, and only sporadically provided hand sanitizer … and drivers say they have little or no time to stop and wash their hands.” Delivery drivers face pandemic without sick pay, insurance, sanitizer.

+ Workers in 8 Amazon warehouses test positive for coronavirus.

+ Why is one of America’s richest companies owned by America’s richest person soliciting public donations to pay workers’ sick leave?