If we have delivery and pick up services, we expose the employee to social interaction and increase the contagion's possibilities. However, it is also ensuring the person remains employed during the crisis. It's obvious that the job is justified if it is a necessity, but what about clothes, books, and other non-essential items?
No, it isn't ethical to have pickup or delivery services during the coronavirus pandemic
Pickup and delivery services increase the chance of spreading the coronavirus
Using pickup and delivery services puts yourself and others at risk for spreading the coronavirus.Explore
Companies lack essential health and sanitation supplies for employees
Many companies are not able to provide enough protective equipment for all of its employees but continue to make them work despite the major health and contamination risks.Explore
Yes, it is ethical to have pickup and delivery services during the coronavirus pandemic
In times of pandemics, importance of functioning of delivery services is as vital as the work of healthcare system, police service etc., because delivery workers provide people with things they need in order to stay home, which is crucial in combating the spread of the virus.
Pickup and delivery services keep the economy stimulated
During a time where many business are closed and people aren't spending as much money, it is important to keep the economy stimulated as much as possible to prevent a total economic collapse.Explore
Pickup and delivery services protect high-risk customers
Pickup and delivery services are ethical and essential to protect the vulnerable from exposure to the coronavirus.Explore
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