We're Talking Less About "Delivery" Compared With Earlier In The Pandemic

The timeline below shows the percentage of daily television news airtime mentioning the word "delivery" by day over the course of the pandemic, showing a huge surge in March as lockdowns went into effect across the nation, then a collapse as the George Floyd protests took over the news cycle. The term never really recovered other than a brief surge in late August, but over the last three months it has received only as much airtime as it did at the start of the year before the pandemic. Given reports of surging delivery service use, the graph below likely doesn't reflect a loss of interest in deliveries, but rather than they have become so normalized and so ingrained into our daily lives that they don't even warrant news coverage anymore.

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