Coronavirus: how the FT is acting to help you stay informed

The outbreak of coronavirus strain COVID-19 is forcing organisations to release contingency plans and employees are having to adapt quickly to the changing situation.

In the current climate it can be difficult to separate the truth from speculation but the FT is proven to be a trusted guide in times of uncertainty. As the situation develops, you can be sure that the FT will be on hand to keep you fully informed. 

With our live blog constantly updating with developments affecting businesses around the world, a dedicated topic page where you can subscribe to new email alerts through myFT, and interactive analysis charting the impact of COVID-19, the FT is primed to help organisations cut through the noise.

Roula Khalaf, the editor of the FT, has released a letter to subscribers, which you can also read here.

We have also recently launched the Coronavirus Business Update, a new FT newsletter that aims to provide a level-headed briefing on how the epidemic is affecting markets, global business, our workplaces and daily lives. 

With expert input from our network of reporters across the globe, this newsletter will hit your inboxes at least three times a week, to keep you on the pulse of new developments. In the update, our editors curate the most relevant news and deliver it as concisely as possible. 

Whether you’re in the office or working remotely, you can access the FT on all devices. With desktop browsing, mobile apps on iOS and Android, and email briefings delivered daily and weekly, you can be sure the news you get is timely and accurate, and from the news provider of the year for the second year running

Alongside this, if you’re used to receiving the physical paper at your offices, and want to continue reading the FT in this format, you can access the ePaper through FT.com on the device of your choice.

Our customer success and customer support teams are on hand to support you if you have any difficulties accessing your content, or just need some guidance through this change in workflow.

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