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What are your businesses doing re domestic travel and CoVID-19?

What are your businesses doing re domestic travel and CoVID-19?

  1. AJP

    Just curious – I’m seeing very different responses from different organizations I interact with. For US domestic travel, what are your organizations/businesses/events deciding?

  2. rickyw

    We put a ban on all non-essential travel through March and are encouraging coworkers to have virtual meetings whenever possible.

  3. Ben Holz

    Based in Europe, but interesting to hear the US perspective… Even though there are significantly more cases here, only non-essential intercontinental business travel has been suspended. With the exception of Italy, so far we haven’t received any other suspensions. Intra-Europe travel, which for us is mainly within the UK, Spain and Germany seems to run normally.

  4. Clem

    Working for one of the major tech companies out there, all non essential travel is prohibited, whether domestic or international. We are not allowed to visit clients anymore, nor can we have them in the office (and for that matter as of today we were also strongly recommended to work from home).

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