After initially postponing it from June to September, organizers have now canceled Computex 2020 Due to the continuing impact of the coronavirus pandemic. The series will overlook a year, such as many other tech conferences which were intended for 2020. The next Computex event is slated for June 1st through 5th.
The pandemic and the travel limitations to Help curb its spread meant participants would not have been able to attend a show in Taipei in September, the organizers explained in a post.
Taiwan has been hailed for isolating coronavirus patients and imposing travel restrictions relatively early compared to the rest of the Earth, resulting in fewer than 500 total cases and seven deaths from COVID-19.
Computex 2019 drew on nearly 43,000 visitors from 171 countries said. It is not the only tech trade installment. MWC canceled its 2020 show in February, also E3 was canceled at March around the same period Google canceled I/O 2020. Various other shows, such as Facebook’s F8 programmer conference, opted to go with pared-down, virtual versions of the annual events.