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COVID-19 vs Coworking: Africa’s Shared Workspaces Have Gone Quiet

By  |  April 27, 2020

COVID-19 is turning coworking spaces into cemeteries

Around a third of the world’s population is soldiering through various restrictions aimed at tackling the global pandemic. And with movement and nonessential work strongly discouraged across the globe, industries and economies are in tatters.

Among the worst-hit businesses are coworking spaces, which have not only been stripped down to the bones, but have become graveyards and, at worst, deserted spaces of vast emptiness.

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