Coronavirus: The struggle of being a ride-share driver
A stimulus package worth more than $1.8 trillion (£1.5tn) has been agreed by US Senate leaders and the White House to ease the impact of coronavirus.
The pandemic has destabilised the gig economy, leaving tens of thousands of ride-share drivers in the United States in economic limbo.
Julie Davis is a full-time ride-share driver in Seattle, where the first cases of Covid-19 in the US were registered.
In a first-person take, she chronicles the struggles faced by drivers.
Video produced by Xinyan Yu and Angélica M Casas
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