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TCEB Situation Update Travel Advisory: Covid-19 virus on 24...

Thailand has strong capacities for case detection, risk assessment, case investigation, laboratory diagnosis, clinical management, infection prevention and control, as well as risk communication, the World Health Organization said.

BANGKOK, 24 February 2020: According to WHO’s Covid-19 observations on Thailand, the UN agency commends...

2020/02/25
Taiwan to be the 2nd largest surgical mask producer

Facing a worldwide supply shortage of surgical masks during the global COVID-19 outbreak, the Taiwan government, fast collaborating with local industry technology research institutes as well as smart-machinery & automation sectors, will increase mask production to meet the demand domestically, and in the process turn Taiwan into the 2nd largest sur...

2020/02/18
TAITRA announces modified schedule on events due to global C...

TAITRA announces modified schedule on events due to global COVID-19 outbreak

TAITRA, the benchmark for sourcing quality and innovation in Taiwan, has worked closely with industries and government to implement any necessary contingency plans to ensure the health and safety of visitors and exhibitors to all events.

Foll...

2020/02/18
Australia turns attention to SE Asia in light of Covid-19

Tourism Australia is ready to turn its attention to South-east Asia in its next campaign period as it waits for the Covid-19 situation to improve.

Speaking on the sidelines at AIME 2020, Tourism Australia chief, Phillipa Harrison, told TTGmice that Singapore and Malaysia have been identified as key markets, with Indonesia also in the...

2020/02/18
Philippines lifts Taiwan travel ban

Metro Manila (CNN Philippines, February 14) — The Philippines on Friday lifted its travel ban on Taiwan -- a step welcomed by tourism officials as it minimizes the impact of the coronavirus scare on the tourist industry.

Presidential Spokesperson Salvador Panelo said the Inter-Agency Task Force for the Management of Emerging Infectio...

2020/02/14
How trade shows have been hit hard by coronavirus

How trade shows have been hit hard by coronavirus

From phones to watches, planes to jeans, some of the world's biggest trade exhibitions are being cancelled due to the coronavirus outbreak.

More and more organisers are pulling events over fears of spreading the potentially deadly disease, with many thousands of attende...

2020/02/14
2019-nCoV (Novel Coronavirus) related news

● China

◎ China Focus: China ups care for "heroic" medics in anti-virus fight
http://www.xinhuanet.com/english/2020-02/12/c_138777822.htm

◎ China International Trade Fair For Auto Service, Parts, Maintenance And Repair Technology And Equipment
https://auto-maintenance.cn.messefrankfurt.com/beijing/en.html...

2020/02/13
TAITRA implements contingency plans during global novel coro...

The growing restrictions on international travel due to the novel coronavirus outbreak and general public unease have resulted in a significant number of cancelled flights and hotel bookings.

With this in mind, TAITRA announced today that the TAIPEI CYCLE and TaiSPO trade show, originally scheduled for Mar 4-7, will be postponed unt...

2020/02/12
New MyCEB CEO to strengthen industry ties

Bureau chief focused on coronavirus implications and private sector collaboration.

Abdul Khani Daud has been named the new CEO of the Malaysia Convention and Exhibition Bureau (MyCEB).

He succeeds Zulkefli Sharif who held the post since 2009.

Daud’s appointment comes in the midst of the novel coronavirus...

2020/02/11

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