@ao They have not stopped but it requires proprietary software. There's probably a societal comment in there about how those willing to use proprietary software can remain safe in their homes while free software people are forced to go outside.
Plus, grocery delivery seems like a type of risk shifting. The delivery person gets put at risk from going outside in my place. They're probably more at risk because they do a lot of deliveries while I have 1 trip. That doesn't feel right.
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