Walter Shapiro offers this view from his home during the pandemic:
Every trip to an open drugstore, grocery or bodega has become a calculus in risk assessment. Is the item that I’m shopping for — a loaf of bread, a box of Kleenex, a pound of coffee — worth the risk of touching a door handle or stepping too close to a neighbor? On the Upper West Side, the city that never sleeps has discovered its inner Rip Van Winkle.
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