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CDC & EPA's Tips For Killing Coronavirus Germs

The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has compiled a list of products that have been proven effective on similar or harder-to-kill viruses.

Additional Tips:

According to the CDC, hydrogen peroxide is a stable and effective disinfectant against viruses when used on hard, non-porous surfaces.

Isopropyl alcohol is an effective disinfectant against many pathogens, including coronavirus, as long as the concentration is 70%.

According the the U.S. Center for Disease Control (CDC), an easy way to disinfect hard, non-porous surfaces with a product you likely have at home is to combine 1/3 cup of regular chlorine bleach (sodium hypochlorite) bleach per gallon of water.

Dr. Eric Mizuno

Talks About Coronavirus

What is coronavirus? How can Uber and Lyft drivers protect themselves? We asked Dr. Eric Mizuno these questions and more.

Gig Workers Connection Map

Gig Workers Collective created a mutual aid connection feature that'll allow volunteers to connect with gig workers who need assistance. This includes:

Resource connection - Workers need assistance applying for benefits like unemployment, food stamps, hardship programs for medical bills and student loans. Etc.

Virtual buddies - Just someone who can do check-ins and/or offer emotional support for each other. This is an opportunity for gig workers to get introduced to new gig workers in similar circumstances

Running errands - If workers are too sick to go out or they need to stay inside due to an autoimmune condition, they may need help picking up essentials like prescriptions and household essentials.

They also have an entire list of local and national resources

Drivers Benefits

Drivers Benefits is committed to providing news relevant to drivers about how to protect themselves and what to do if they are sick. They are planning to keep this content up to date.

GrantSpace Emergency Financial Resources

With an increase in hardships due to the COVID-19 pandemic, they have started this list to point you to emergency financial resources. They are planning to keep this content up to date.

Uber Coronavirus Resources & Updates

Uber's resources page that includes info on “Leave at Door” Delivery and financial assistance for up to 14 days. They are also actively working with our U.S. preferred rental partners to allow no‑penalty returns for any driver who wishes to return their rental car.

Lyft Coronavirus Resources & Updates

Lyft will provide funds to drivers should they be diagnosed with COVID-19 or put under individual quarantine by a public health agency. Includes Lyft’s guidance for riders and drivers and plans for Driver Safety.