Many employees are set to work from home this week in a bid to help prevent the spread of coronavirus, but for some this will be the first time they have had to do so.
This comes after Prime Minister Boris Johnson urged everyone in the UK to avoid all ‘non-essential’ travel and contact with others to curb the virus, reported the BBC. He added that where possible, people should work from home as part of stringent new Government measures that have been put in place.
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