Is Grocery Delivery Ethical During a Pandemic?

It’s keeping people from crowding the supermarket aisles, but it’s also putting unprotected gig workers at risk

An Instacart shopper makes a grocery delivery in Washington, D.C. Photo: The Washington Post/Getty Images

“W“When the plague came to London in 1665, Londoners lost their wits,” historian Jill Lepore wrote in the New Yorker. “Everyone behaved badly, though the rich behaved the worst: Having failed to heed…