2. Transportation Workers
Many old and mid-aged peoples work as drivers. This is due in part to the flexible hours and part-time positions that are available. 46.7% of the employees who work for public transport systems are over 50 years old.
Although health workers state that the older adults get infected soon and act as a carrier in spreading the disease, many old people were terminated from the job.
As a result, the transportation sector will be hugely affected after this pandemic.
With the arrival of the coronavirus biosecurity measures have been implemented in some restaurants. Instead of a waiter who comes to the table to deliver the physical letters and write down the order, the tables have QR codes written down that customers can scan with their cell phone to access a digital menu.
In some cases, they can even order what they want right there, registering it in the system, and that order goes directly to the kitchen, which is in charge of preparing the dishes and taking them to the table.
Once these systems are perfected, and the digital way of paying is included and without the need to approach a cash register, waiters or cashiers will no longer be necessary.