Purpose: Covid-19 (coronavirus) has significantly affected education communities particularly in terms of the massive shift towards online learning . This has meant a quick transformation of the curriculum and learning styles to a digital platform . Despite the dramatic change, there is a lack of understanding about what this means particularly for the community of entrepreneurship educators in the higher education sector that rely on practical and immersive training for learning requirements . Design/methodology/approach: This paper is a literature review that discusses how communities of entrepreneurship education practitioners can deal with the Covid-19 pandemic . A review of the current literature on Covid-19 and entrepreneurship education is conducted that highlights the need to incorporate a community approach . This enables a better understanding about how communities of educational stakeholders including teachers, students and institutions can facilitate a more proactive and positive attitude . Findings: The paper finds that managing the Covid-19 crisis is difficult for entrepreneurship educations due to the need for practical and real life examples . This means the use of augmented reality and artificial intelligence is needed to simulate the real environment . This will enable a more community orientated approach to the study and practice of entrepreneurship . Originality/value: This paper is among the first to suggest how this change has taken place and what it means for educational management, thereby providing a unique and timely commentary about how coronavirus has altered in positive and negative ways entrepreneurship education.