Co-working offices eerily quiet as staff stay home

Firms which offer office space to start-ups and creatives ‘try to keep a level head’ as Covid-19 sees reduction in numbers

15th March, 2020
Co-working offices eerily quiet as staff stay home
Many office blocks in the country are left empty as workers start to work from home Picture: iStock

The spread of the Covid-19 virus placed a sizeable burden on businesses last week, including those offering others office space from which to work.

The Tara Building in the heart of Dublin city centre provides co-working and office space for entrepreneurs, small businesses and creatives to rent.

On Friday morning, about five of its 120 members were at their desks.

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