Get all the latest news on coronavirus and more delivered daily to your inbox. Sign up here.At least 75 public transit workers in a dozen states have died of the coronavirus nationwide, according to America’s largest transit unions, which are urging the federal government to do more to protect bus and train operators who have suffered in part, they say, because of late recommendations by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.Bus and train operators in New York City – the epicenter of the COVID-19 pandemic in the United States – have been the hardest hit. The Metropolitan Transportation Authority (MTA), the largest in the country, has suffered at least 59 deaths – twice as many COVID-19 fatalities as the NYPD and FDNY combined.“We have been devastated by this virus,” Interim MTA President Sarah Feinberg told Fox News. “They are heroes, moving heroes. We’re moving the essential workers who are fighting this crisis.”CLICK HERE FULL CORONAVIRUS COVERAGENew York City’s bus and subway operators have been working 24 hours a day to transport doctors, nurses, and emergency responders to and from work during the pandemic, with little fanfare.However, just last week, employees reportedly began speaking out for the first time, criticizing the MTA of not

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