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The coronavirus pandemic has been particularly hard on companies like Uber and Lyft, whose whole business is dependent on people sharing space in close quarters. NBC’s Sam Brock reports for TODAY on how ride-sharing companies are trying to win back customers with a renewed emphasis on safety.