Families of food delivery riders who died on the job reveal the true cost of convenience | 7.30

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The pandemic has proven a bonanza for online food delivery services. It’s a multi-million dollar industry, but for the delivery riders it’s poorly paid and dangerous work.

Unions and governments are turning their attention to the gig economy after the deaths of five riders over recent months.

We speak to the families of two of them about the true cost of convenience.

Jason Om and Alex McDonald have this report.

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