“Long before this crisis, many airlines outsourced their custodial jobs and minimized between-flight cleanings. The longer airplanes sit on the ground, the fewer flights made and tickets sold. So for decades, the job has usually been done by contract cleaners who dash onboard, dispose of trash, tackle obvious messes and disappear, aviation workers and union officials said. Now, most airlines are relying on those workers to prevent contagion.” Jodi Kantor in the NYT on the low paid essential workers who are now essential to your health. No Bleach and Dirty Rags: How Some Janitors Are Asked to Keep You Virus-Free.