PBS NewsHour

Can transit workers be kept safe among crowds of passengers?

Clip: 05/21/2020 | 9m 19s Video has closed captioning.

U.S. transit workers have been hit hard by the coronavirus. More than 120 have died from the disease just within New York City Transit, and drivers and transport workers represent the second-largest share of work-related cases, according to a Harvard study. Sarah Feinberg, interim president of New York City Transit, joins William Brangham to discuss reducing risks for these essential workers.

Aired: 05/21/20

Rating: NR

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