Anytime this past year, the New York Times would tell you based on your zip code how much danger you face from Covid, based on case trends. Even at the lowest level, they always recommended against travel and for having food delivered to you.
Think about that. They did not suggest that you deliver food; they suggested that someone else do it for you. Nor did they suggest that you bring food to others from groceries and take-out restaurants; they suggested that you stay put and let someone else do that.
That someone else was clearly not a reader of the New York Times. They do not speak to, much less for, delivery people or truckers. Or hospital workers. Or tree cutters or those who pick up the trash. They speak to and for those whom they serve. They are the people who read the Times.
This little revelation tells you something extremely significant about the lockdowns. They were a ruling-class policy that implicitly foisted the burden of exposure and subsequent immunity on the other.