It depends on whether you’d like to keep your space, or if you’d like to close it for the time being. In either case, review your lease for the payment terms, what happens if you default or breach, what kind of notice you have to provide if you want to leave or stay (and what kind of notice the property owner has to provide) and the remedies if you default.
If you would like to stay in your commercial space, reach out to the property owner as suggested above. As we’ve mentioned before, the property owner may be happy to keep tenants in their spaces, given the current uncertainty of attracting and signing new tenants.
If you would like to leave, your lease may require you to provide at least 30-days’ notice of termination. You could still try to negotiate deferral or abatement of your rent until you’re able to leave under the terms of the lease.