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Mass transit has been a lifeline for hospital workers and first responders during the pandemic, as well as for people who just need to get to the supermarket. But health officials worry that trains and buses are also perfect environments for spreading the coronavirus. NBC tech correspondent Jacob Ward reports for TODAY on how the coronavirus is likely to change traveling by bus, train and ride-share services.