Is the Milkman Making a Comeback Thanks to Social Distancing?

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The milkman has been welcomed back into the popular fold as more and more people stay home due to the coronavirus pandemic

Reemerging from the depths of an era that brought us “Leave it to Beaver” and “I Love Lucy” the bygone profession is making a return, thanks to social distancing

Matt Marone delivers milk in Westchester County, New York, mostly to schools and daycare centers, but said that when the coronavirus outbreak closed all of those buildings, and forced many people inside their own homes, home delivery started to pick up. 

“People think the milkman is a thing from the past, but I tell people it was never gone,” he told CBS New York.