Spotify has introduced a work from home policy amid fears of the coronavirus outbreak.
Daniel Ek, founder and CEO of the company, tweeted Tuesday, "I have asked Spotify employees to work from home for the next two weeks due to the increased risk of COVID-19. We all have an obligation to delay the spread of the virus and thus the expected pressure on our healthcare system. I hope other companies in Sweden will follow suit."
The tech giant is the latest company to introduce such a policy in the wake of the viral outbreak. Last week, Sony Pictures Entertainment shut their European offices in London, Paris and Poland as a safety precaution, while others across Europe remain open. For the same reason, Imax has limited non-essential business travel for employees.