PITTSBURGH (KDKA) — Some Port Authority bus drivers called for more protections for drivers.

About 20 drivers protested outside the East Liberty Garage on 5th Avenue on Friday.

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They were calling for better protections for drivers and temporary closure of the East Liberty Garage following Thursday’s announcement from Port Authority that a driver tested positive for COVID-19.

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“I’m not afraid of no virus because I know my God got me. I’m out here because I’m on the front line and I’m being pushed to the front,” said Ronnesha Lewis, a PAT Driver who organized Friday’s protest.

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The Port Authority said the driver who tested positive has been hospitalized and was exposed to the virus outside of work.