MIDO has provided a new digital platform to those exhibitors unable to participate

MIDO is continuing to monitor the situation surrounding the Coronavirus health warning, paying close attention to all the provisions and recommendations from the World Health Organization, the Italian Ministry of Health and the Italian National Institute of Health.

As things stand today, the fair confirm that the 50th edition of MIDO will take place as scheduled, in compliance with current health regulations.

In light of the restrictions on travel from China prescribed by global authorities, it is possible that many exhibitors and visitors from China will have to cancel their plans to participate in the show.

MIDO has therefore decided to provide a new digital platform to those exhibitors unable to participate that will allow them to introduce their new products on line and the registered MIDO visitors to view them and make contact directly with the companies.

In order to safeguard exhibitors and visitors, MIDO 2020 will adopt all additional preventive measures recommended by the health authorities.

MIDO has also expressed its solidarity with the Chinese people who, at this time, are experiencing a serious crisis health, economic and social crisis.

MIDO has also communicated that is available for clarification or any needs and will promptly notify of any new initiatives, regulations or changes.

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