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Lyft providing vehicle partition shields to separate drivers from passengers

17 Jul 2020

Lyft is on the cusp of providing vehicle partition shields to 60,000 of its most active drivers in a move to lessen the chance of COVID-19 infection during a ride.

Lyft is on the cusp of providing vehicle partition shields to 60,000 of its most active drivers in a move to lessen the chance of COVID-19 infection during a ride, reports CNBC. The partitions are described as “semi-rigid” polycarbonate material and are designed to segregate the front seats of a vehicle from the back seats.


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