A Gap Inc. (GAP) worker based in New York City has reportedly tested positive for the coronavirus, causing the clothing retailer to close its offices.

The employee is recovering at home and is no longer in the office, a company memo to Gap employees obtained by Bloomberg said.

The office, located in Lower Manhattan, is one of Gap’s New York offices and not its company headquarters, which is located in San Francisco.

The memo to employees also said that the company is “taking extreme precaution and have decided to close the 55 Thomas building and employees should work from home until further notice.”

Gap, along with several other companies, has urged employees to work remotely as the coronavirus continues to spread across the U.S.

Amazon, Facebook, and Microsoft have all told their employees to work from home for the next few weeks in Washington after employees have tested positive for the coronavirus. Facebook also told its California-based employees to log in remotely.

Washington, California, and New York have seen the cases of COVID-19 increase over recent weeks. The New York State Department of Health has reported 22 cases of the coronavirus in the state. Three of these cases are in New York City, with another 24 New Yorkers pending COVID-19 test results.

Shares of Gap stock were down 2.06% as of 12:26 p.m. EST on Friday.