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In pictures: Your #workingfromhome photos amid coronavirus outbreak

PUBLISHED: 13:08 17 March 2020 | UPDATED: 14:00 17 March 2020

Benson trying his best to help as his owner is #workingfromhome Picture: ARCHANT

Benson trying his best to help as his owner is #workingfromhome Picture: ARCHANT

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With many businesses closing their offices due to coronvairus fears and asking employees to work from home, workers are turning to their trusty pets for company.

Mabel doing her very best to help with #workingfromhome. Picture: @ADRIAN_LINGMabel doing her very best to help with #workingfromhome. Picture: @ADRIAN_LING

Sharing photos on social workers have been using the hashtag #workingfromhome to show their pets cuddled up next to them, their views from their laptops and their cats curled up at their feet.

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We want to know your set-up. Are your pets cuddling up on the sofa with you? Have you got to juggle children as well as work?

One cat was certainly getting in the way. Picture: @ANONESSEX80One cat was certainly getting in the way. Picture: @ANONESSEX80

Use the hashtag #workingfromhome to be featured in our gallery.

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You can also send your pictures to the East Anglian Daily Times and the Ipswich Star on Facebook to be included.

Leo helping out where he can. Picture: @ELIZABETHWALNELeo helping out where he can. Picture: @ELIZABETHWALNE

Harvey in Colchester keeping an eye on emails #workingfromhomeHarvey in Colchester keeping an eye on emails #workingfromhome

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