Hospital workers, nurses, and doctors are now New York City cab drivers’ new customers

Taxi driver Nicolae Hent cleans and disinfects his cab before starting work in New York, Monday, April 6, 2020. A taxi driver’s job was already tougher in recent years with the arrival of ride-sharing companies such as Uber and Lyft. The empty streets during the coronavirus pandemic have made things more difficult. (AP Photo/Matt Rourke)

Nicolae Hent often would begin his day at JFK Airport, where he could clean his taxi while awaiting what might be a $70 fare before driving into Manhattan.

No reason to go to the airport now.

Nor does he see any point in heading to Manhattan earlier, instead.

“No one wakes up before 12 in Manhattan anymore,” Hent said.

Source: Associated Press – BRIAN MAHONEY

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