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Here’s How DC-Area Coworking Spaces Are Handling the Covid-19 Crisis

The Yard

As of now, the DC location of The Yard is open.

In an email, the group says it has provided hand sanitizer and disinfectant for members to use while cleaning their workspaces. It also asks that

members who feel sick stay home, and to contact the space’s community manager if they or a member of their team is exposed to Covid-19.

Check them out at theyard.com

The Wing

Update: Starting March 14, the Wing’s DC location will be closed temporarily, as will the group’s other spots across the globe. The group announced this decision in a press release sent on March 13. The Wing expects its clubs to remain closed until at least March 31, with the possibility they may remain closed longer. Wing employees that are paid hourly will still receive payment for the shifts they were scheduled to work.

As of now, the group’s DC location in Georgetown will remain open. In a Medium post, the group says it has postponed high-volume events, increased sanitation efforts, and asked employees to cancel international and domestic business travel. In an event that a Wing location has to close, hourly employees will still be paid for scheduled work, according to the post.

Check them out at thewing.com


The coworking group, which provides folks the opportunity to co-work in restaurants during off-peak hours, says that all its partner restaurants are still currently open. In an email, WorkChew says its partners are briefing employees on proper CDC guidelines for washing their hands and disinfecting the restaurants in which they work.

Check them out at workchew.com


Update: Starting March 16, Convene will close its Arlington and Tysons locations, according to a Convene representative. Its two DC locations will remain open.

As of now, all DC-area locations of Convene are open. In an email, the group says it’s asking sick employees to work remotely and notifying other members if anyone who works from Convene is exposed to the virus. The group will also increase cleaning procedures, provide additional hand sanitizer, and remove bulk food items.

More info at covene.com


As of now, all DC-area locations of Industrious are open. In an email, the group says it has increased the amount of hand sanitizer available to clients and will disinfect doorknobs and countertops more frequently. Additionally, it will only offer pre-wrapped snacks and food and asks that members do not touch each other when greeting. The group also asks that clients who feel sick stay home.


All DC locations will be temporarily closed from March 14 to March 18. In an email, the group says it’s doing this to deep clean all locations, reorganize furniture for social distancing, replace bulk snacks for individually wrapped options, replace reusable mugs and cutlery with disposable options, and reorganize the group’s operational procedures.

More info at cove.is

via: Washingtonian



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