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COVID-19 proves mobility systems require new solutions to meet changing needs

Delivery workers wearing face masks ride scooters, as the country is hit by an outbreak of the novel coronavirus, in Beijing's central business district, China February 18, 2020 Image: REUTERS/Tingshu Wang - RC203F9M08BQ

Maya Ben Dror

Industry Manager, Automotive and New Mobility, World Economic Forum Geneva

Rachit Shadra

Vice President, Wunder Mobility

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