“After the rampant inequality in vaccination rates, [this is] the thing that has most pushed me to despair this lockdown,” writes Leonie Hayden on The Spinoff: “the sheer number of wealthy people over 60 congregating maskless on the roadside. More than 70% of Covid-19 deaths worldwide have been people aged 65 and over. You are the demographic… Tāmaki Makaurau, is fighting to protect, and the biggest sacrifice is overwhelmingly being made by young people. Young people also make up the majority of our hospitality and retail workforce… [contending] with maskless people and their superiority complexes pulling up in Audis and stepping over barriers set up to protect the workers who wear their masks for their entire work day. I’m not scared of you or your money – just that your entitlement might kill someone.”