The organizer of the Taipei Cycle Show, TAITRA, has sent a letter to partners, exhibitors, visitors and staff informing everyone that the show will run as planned March 4 to 7, 2020 despite the outbreak of Coronavirus.
Taiwan confirmed its 10th case of the virus over the weekend in a patient who had recently returned from Wuhan. The organizers of the show have put several measures in place to prevent the spread of Coronavirus and to keep the show's attendees safe, including:
• All on-site personnel including outsourced contractors must wear face masks whilst on-site and on duty.
• Hand sanitizer to be available at each entrance and restroom of the exhibition halls, including staff and freight entrances.
• TAITRA will cooperate with the exhibition hall operators to strengthen all possible epidemic prevention measures.
• TAITRA will also ensure that we are working promptly in line with the national guidelines from Taiwan’s Center for Disease Control (https://www.cdc.gov.tw/En).
In addition, Chinese exhibitors and Chinese visitors will not be able to attend the show this year.
This year’s show will host 1,110 exhibitors from 41 countries and the organizers expect to attract 8,000 visitors from over 100 countries. Pinkbike is monitoring the situation, but currently we expect to have a team in place to report on the latest tech and news from the show March 4 to 7, 2020.
The organizers of the event will update will relevant information on www.taipeicycle.com.tw
, social channels and via the “Taiwan Trade Shows” official app.