COVID-19: Middle East tourism fair in Dubai cancelled

Following the continuous spreading and death toll around the globe of the deadly coronavirus, the Dubai's Arabian Travel Market, one of the Middle East's biggest travel and tourism fairs, has been cancelled, organisers said.

The exhibition was in March rescheduled to June 28 to July 1 at Dubai's World Trade Centre from its original dates of April 19 to 22.

"After consultation with our key stakeholders and after listening to our industry, ultimately it became apparent that the best course of action, and with everyone’s best interests in mind, is to postpone the event to 2021," organisers said on the event's website.

More than 2.3 million people have been infected by the coronavurus and more than 164,000 people have died globally.

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