The announcement comes following a comprehensive inspection of the Expo Centre Sharjah by the Emergency, Crisis and Disaster Management Team.
Imran Mojib, Special Correspondent
The Emergency, Crisis and Disaster Management Team in Sharjah has approved a host of precautionary measures ahead of the resumption of activities at the iconic Expo Centre Sharjah. The landmark venue, which is a popular destination for high-profile government events, commercial exhibitions, business events and conferences in the country, will reopen with all the necessary precautionary measures and protocol to ensure the protection from the novel coronavirus.
The announcement comes following a comprehensive inspection of the Expo Centre Sharjah by the Emergency, Crisis and Disaster Management Team, to check the Centre’s readiness to resume its regular activities and events. The Ministry of Health and Community Protection has already conducted a thorough sterilisation of the Expo Centre according to the highest standards, in addition to the weekly sterilisation operations of the various facilities of the organisation that have been going on over the past several months.
The reopening of Expo Centre Sharjah is part of the Sharjah government’s plan and efforts for the gradual resumption of all activities, including exhibitions and conferences, held under the supervision of government organisations and entities while adhering to all preventive norms and safety protocol at all public and private establishments, facilities and areas throughout the Emirate.
The Sharjah Emergency Crisis and Disaster Management Team reviewed and approved the preparations and preventive measures adopted by the Expo Centre, in accordance with the instructions issued by the concerned local and federal authorities, combating the novel coronavirus.
The preventive measures adopted by the Expo Centre include the provision of hand sanitisation devices at all entrances and exits, reducing the exhibition hall capacity to avoid congestion, regulating the visitor movement with the mandatory wearing of face masks, installing thermal cameras, and placing health warning signs and posters in order to ensure the health and safety of the public.
The Expo Centre Sharjah recently hosted the “Expo Electronics Exhibition,” the first event at the Centre after the gradual return to normal life and the resumption of activities and events in Sharjah.
The Centre has postponed the 48th edition of the Watch & Jewellery Middle East Show (WJMES), which was scheduled to take place from 25 – 29 March to be merged with the 49th edition in late September 2020.
Under the theme “Fostering Recovery: WTCs and the Exhibitions Industry”, the Expo Centre Sharjah recently participated in a virtual international meeting organised by the World Trade Centers Association (WTCA)
The 16th SteelFab 2020, presenting the region’s largest showcase of machinery, equipment, tools and accessories for the metal working and forming industry, got under way at Expo Centre Sharjah on Monday.
India, the world’s most populous country after China, has said it may not need to vaccinate all of its 1.35 billion people to create herd immunity. Still, covering even half its population will make it one of the largest immunisation programmes in the world, even if countries like the United States were
“What Life Taught Me” is a series through which the Dubai Ruler shares anecdotes and advises on social media.
"Not only does it impact the planned vaccination schedules, it also decreases the credibility of the vaccination process," the ministers, from Sweden, Denmark, Finland, Lithuania, Latvia and Estonia said.