This was released at the end of April:
Today, United Food and Commercial Workers International Union (UFCW), America’s largest food and retail union with 1.3 million members in grocery stores, pharmacies, meatpacking plants, and other essential businesses, released a new update on the growing number of frontline workers who have been exposed, sick, and died from COVID-19.
According to the UFCW’s internal reports, which were released on Workers Memorial Day, there have been at least 72 worker deaths and 5,322 workers directly impacted among UFCW members. This covers grocery, retail, pharmacy, meatpacking, and other essential industries and those directly impacted include workers who tested positive for COVID-19, missed work due to self-quarantine, are awaiting test results, or have been hospitalized, and/or are symptomatic.
It’s a 0,0055% mortality rate in people who never stopped working. Of course, it’s a population that tends to be younger but with the money that’s been sunk into the quarantine we could have bought Hazmat suits for every employer over 40 and have done with it.
It’s staying at home (especially the nursing home) that kills people, not going to work.