How Coworking Spaces are Coping with the Coronavirus Situation

The Covid19 situation has been affecting most businesses, and so far, there does not seem to be any end to the situation. Like most companies, coworking spaces are hit with the pandemic and are experiencing the same issues. While the situation is unpredictable and any kind of planning to curb the condition is not hugely impactful, quick solutions are needed to overcome the catastrophe. In this article, we will see how coworking spaces deal with the pandemic and what initial steps they are taking to restrain the situation.

Coronavirus — Catalonia Confines 200,000

Spain’s north-eastern region of Catalonia has enforced a new lockdown measure today on more than 200,000 residents of Lérida, due to the multitude of outbreaks of the new coronavirus registered in the region. “We have decided to confine Segria due to data that confirms too significant a growth in the number of COVID-19 infections,” Catalan regional president Quim Torra told a news briefing.

UAE Launches New Media Academy

UAE social media influencers have welcomed the launch of New Media Academy stressing that it will help build a new generation of professionals equipped with digital media skills and content creation capabilities.

Dr Sultan Ahmed Al Jaber, Minister of State and the Chairman of UAE National Media Council (NMC), said the New Media Academy represents a qualitative addition to the media sector that contributes to enhancing the skills of young cadres and empowering them with knowledge and expertise. “The initiative enhances the opportunities associated with the new media industry, by creating a new generation of influencers who will highlight the country’s achievements and promote the spread of UAE messages in accordance with the best global practices,” he said.