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I appreciate the whole nature of this website is enticing deals, many of which can be ordered online and delivered.
However, I spoke to a friend of mine today who works for Royal Mail and they said it's as busy as Christmas in those sorting offices. A close family member also works in one and has said the same thing. They have asthma.
I'm just wondering if anybody else has thought about the extra danger we're exposing those workers to? The same applies for Amazon warehouses etc. It is of course the extra spread of the virus too, not just the direct affects on individuals.
Should we be sending people Easter eggs, birthday presents and anything else that is not absolutely essential? I have even fallen out with immediate family over this but what's worse, a bit of slight disappointment when someone has to wait for their birthday present or millions of workers spreading a virus because we are forcing them to work, in the masses?
Put things into perspective, please.
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