Auto Show opens in Hunan with strict health check procedures before entry

By TIN Media | China Published 8 months ago on 1 May 2020
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The 2020 Hunan Auto Show, opened in yesterday, 30 April at the Hunan International Convention and Exhibition Centre, in the city of Changsha in south-central China, and the same will run up until 5 May. It is being seen as a first major large-scale exhibition to resume in China and a welcome signal for the wider return of tradeshows in the country and internationally.

To qualify to visit the show, attendees had to submit an ID card and undergo a strict health and identity check prior to arriving at the venue.

The organisers made clear they were adhering to the tough requirements of epidemic prevention and control, with all staff, volunteers, car dealer service personnel and visitors undergoing stringent checks. 

All participants in the exhibition are obliged to wear a mask throughout and urged to wash hands frequently.

A National Government Affairs Service applet code and WeChat facilitated the registration application process.

The app contained an Epidemic Health Information Code, and, after performing name authentication and making a personal health declaration, visitors had to complete a few more steps on the homepage in order to be accredited with an entry code.

Organisers had asked visitors to apply for the health code in advance so that the final physical checking and security procedures could be carried out as quickly and efficiently as possible.



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