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Computex 2021 will be a physical event - Opens doors on June 1st

Taiwan believes that the event will be safe to host in Summer 2021

Computex 2021 will be a physical event - Opens doors on June 1st

Computex 2021 will be a physical event - Opens doors on June 1st

TAITRA, the organisers of Computex, has confirmed that Computex 2021 will be taking place next year as a physical exhibition. The event will be hosted between June 1st and June 4th, with Taiwan believing that the world will be over the worst of the COVID-19 pandemic by that time. 

Unlike other nations, Taiwan has been able to effectively manage the spread of COVID-19, having fewer than 800 confirmed cases and only seven deaths despite being a nation of over 23.7 million people. Taiwan believes that it will be safe to host Computex 2021 in June, 

Computex 2021 will focus on the themes of 5G, AI & IoT, Edge Computing, High-Performance Computing (HPC), Cyber Security, Gaming, and Innovations & Startups. Computex 2021 will be hosted at the Taipei Nangang Exhibition Center and the Taipei International Convention Center. At this time, it is unknown what restrictions will be placed on foreign exhibitors or attendees at the event, as Taiwan will undoubtedly be planning to prevent a potential outbreak of COVID-19 within their nation. 
 

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16-12-2020, 16:09:34

Dawelio
I strongly believe that this will be a huge mistake. And even though they might not have any high number of cases etc, it's naive to think that most of the pandemic will be over by then. It's just too much going on today with the pandemic and if they do this, I highly believe it will be an event for several so called "super spreaders" of the virus - even if certain restrictions are in place.

It's a virus, which no one can see, feel, hear, smell or even sense in any way. And believing that restrictions will make the virus not spread due to them, is very naive in my opinion.Quote

16-12-2020, 17:35:32

NeverBackDown
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Originally Posted by Dawelio View Post
I strongly believe that this will be a huge mistake. And even though they might not have any high number of cases etc, it's naive to think that most of the pandemic will be over by then. It's just too much going on today with the pandemic and if they do this, I highly believe it will be an event for several so called "super spreaders" of the virus - even if certain restrictions are in place.

It's a virus, which no one can see, feel, hear, smell or even sense in any way. And believing that restrictions will make the virus not spread due to them, is very naive in my opinion.
If you want to go then go. If you don't want to be apart of it then don't go. Very simple.Quote

17-12-2020, 13:49:13

AngryGoldfish
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Originally Posted by NeverBackDown View Post
If you want to go then go. If you don't want to be apart of it then don't go. Very simple.
I could be misreading you, but I don't think it's that simple. If anyone contracts Covid at the event, the person doesn't stay at the event until it's out of their system; they take it home with them. It's like anti-vaccers. The issue isn't that parents should be allowed to choose; it's that their choice can affect others later on. An event like this is not about the people that choose to go; it's about the people they come home to.Quote

17-12-2020, 15:15:22

Dawelio
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Originally Posted by NeverBackDown View Post
If you want to go then go. If you don't want to be apart of it then don't go. Very simple.
If this is literally all you have to reply to my post, then maybe you should read it again and actually think about what it is I wrote. I never said anything about me going, I was talking about people in general, when there's an ongoing pandemic that is shredding thousands of lives everday.

That was so beyond naive that it's disrespectful.Quote

17-12-2020, 18:48:39

NeverBackDown
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Originally Posted by Dawelio View Post
If this is literally all you have to reply to my post, then maybe you should read it again and actually think about what it is I wrote. I never said anything about me going, I was talking about people in general, when there's an ongoing pandemic that is shredding thousands of lives everday.

That was so beyond naive that it's disrespectful.
Be offended then?

Reread what I said as well. What I said was a general statement about literally everything going on. If you want to go do something, do it. If you do not want to risk it, then don't. No where did I imply anything you planned on doing. You were generalizing, as was I in context of your post. What I said was very simple, don't make it out to be more than what it is.Quote
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