(FILES) In this file photograph taken on August 14, 2019, employees walk past an illuminated Twitter logo as they leave the company's headquarters in San Francisco. Twitter said May 12, 2020 it is unlikely to open its offices before September, and that many of its employees will be permitted to work from home permanently even after the end of the coronavirus lockdowns. The San Francisco-based company said it was among the first to move to telework in March as a result of the health crisis and that it will continue that policy indefinitely as part of a move towards a "distributed workforce."
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Twitter was one of the first companies to adopt a work-from-home model in early March. AFP

Coronavirus: Twitter employees can work from home 'forever'