Like a lot of other people as this pandemic rolls on, Dawn and I are doing a lot of online shopping, with corresponding curbside pickup or delivery, in order to minimize our interactions with others.
The street we live on is scarcely more than a half-mile long, and ends in a cul-de-sac; it’s a suburban stereotype. And every day — every day, including Sunday — I see the Amazon Prime truck go by. It never makes less than two stops, and some days it makes more (Today: 7). And there are probably a half-dozen more deliveries using personal automobiles, a-la Uber.
So Amazon — and Uber, and LaserShip, and on and on — are having a great pandemic; unlike Pfizer, their stock is probably going to go down when vaccines come online.