WeWork Response to COVID-19 (Coronavirus)

At WeWork, the health and safety of our members and employees is our top priority and we’re taking the necessary steps to protect our community. As you look ahead, WeWork is here to help you integrate flexibility, safety, and community into your business’s workplace strategy.

Resources for members

Our local community teams are taking immediate actions in response to COVID-19. Below are updates on our buildings, including the health and safety measures we’re implementing.

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Prioritizing the safety of our community

We are closely monitoring developments around COVID-19 and have implemented cleaning measures that prioritize the health of our members and employees.

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Increased sanitization

We are disinfecting common areas more frequently and are providing complimentary sanitization products in our spaces.

Prioritizing personal space

By modifying shared spaces with staggered seating and buffer zones, teams can maintain a healthy physical distance from colleagues and members.

Behavioral signage

New cleaning standards and capacity protocols will be reinforced with strategically-placed signage and wayfinding-friendly reminders.

The future of work is flexible

As the world quickly adapts to a new normal, you need workplace flexibility to keep up. With WeWork, you have a flexible platform to use our space on your terms, whether it’s a central office, several offices around the city, or something in between.

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Putting the power of community in action

Community has always been a part of WeWork’s DNA and we are seeing that in our members as they work tirelessly to keep their communities safe and healthy.  Through WeWork for Good, we are committed to supporting businesses, from all backgrounds, do their best work. As a start, we will direct $2 million in business grants toward Black-owned WeWork member businesses in the U.S.

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