NYC locals decry food delivery men who cluster on corner, ‘sneezing’

These workers offer contact-free food delivery, but have plenty of contact with one another. A cluster of deliverymen, many carrying red and black Grubhub bags, are packing into a tiny West Village square to await their next run, sitting shoulder to shoulder — some without masks — and often bantering loudly or arguing. Some residents...
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