Coronavirus: Peloton cancels live classes after employee tests positive for COVID-19
that it will no longer livestream classes from the two studios during the worldwide COVID-19 crisis. On April 3, Peloton told subscribers that a Big Apple employee had tested positive for the viral disease, reports.
More people are turning to Peloton due to shelter-in-place orders because of the coronavirus (COVID-19).
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“In the interim, we will continue to monitor the situation as it evolves,” of their larger response to the pandemic.
Peloton has pledged $1 million to its Bike and Tread members by offering “two months of membership fees for those in need,” they said in the Monday statement. It was not immediately clear who will be receiving the funds, or how they will be distributed.
A spokesperson for Peloton was not immediately available to offer further comment on the news.
retailing for as much as $2,694. The Peloton Membership, which gives users access to on-demand and live classes, costs an additional $39 per month.