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Non-essential business: What are my rights if I work for a business that refuses to close?

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Some workplaces deemed non-essential have opted not to close, and require employees to come in for their jobs.

For those worried about the coronavirus, travelling into work may prove stressful, and employees may want to find out whether they can stay at home without losing their income.

Michael Redston, an Employment Law Solicitor at Aaron & Partners, told Express.co.uk this might not be possible.

He said: “At the present time, on Thursday, March 26, 2020, the government have only insisted that certain types of business close its doors to the public.”

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