When people who take gigs for companies such as Uber, Lyft, and Instacart can’t work, they don’t get paid. And working could be dangerous.
As the coronavirus spreads, many people are having to consider remote ways of working. But for contingent workers—such as those who drive your Uber or deliver your groceries—the virus’s impact is particularly fraught with peril.
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