“In some respects, the pandemic is an equalizer: It can afflict princes and paupers alike, and no one who hopes to stay healthy is exempt from the strictures of social distancing. But the American response to the virus is laying bare class divides that are often camouflaged — in access to health care, child care, education, living space, even internet bandwidth.” The NYT on how social distancing highlights the great divide. “This is a white-collar quarantine. Average working people are bagging and delivering goods, driving trucks, working for local government.”

+ Instacart workers say they’re planning a nationwide strike.

+ “Dickson worked 17 days straight during Hurricane Sandy to keep police headquarters clean. He was working again during the coronavirus pandemic before he himself fell ill.” Dennis Dickson Worked To Clean NYPD Headquarters Of The Coronavirus — Then He Died From It.