London Book Fair 2020 cancelled due to COVID 19 Coronavirus

Another Book Fair in Europe canceled due to Covid 19 Coronavirus

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View of the London Book Fair
London Book Fair at the Olympia. Photo Reed Exhibitions

At 1526 hours on 4 March 2020 we received a statement from Reed Exhibitions, organizers of the London Book Fair. The statement is reproduced below.

“Reed Exhibitions has today announced that The London Book Fair 2020,  scheduled to take place at Olympia, London, from 10 to 12 March will be canceled following the escalation of COVID-19 Coronavirus in Europe.

“The effects, actual and projected, of Coronavirus are becoming evident across all aspects of our lives here in the UK and across the world, with many of our participants facing travel restrictions. We have been following UK government guidelines and working with the rolling advice from the public health authorities and other organizations, and so it is with reluctance that we have taken the decision not to go ahead with this year’s event.

“We recognize that business has to continue. With this in mind, we will of course support and collaborate with exhibitors and visitors to keep our world moving during this difficult period. We thank all those from the UK and a multitude of other countries who have prepared over the last year to deliver what promised to be a wonderful book fair showcasing, as ever, the exciting best of the global book industry. The London Book Fair will return, better than ever, in 2021.”

 

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1 COMMENT

  1. Better late than never! The Coronavirus is spreading faster than expected in our Monday analysis. It is, unfortunately, increasing in India also with the number of discovered cases rising to around 30 from only 3 on Monday.

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