Over the new coronavirus pandemic, the Dubai Expo 2020 postponed by the authorities. According to the reports, the original date to organize the world’s fair is October 1, 2021.
Bureau International des Expositions announced the expo officially. The world is together fighting with the coronavirus. Before that, Egyptians were upset that they were not able to return to homes.
The situation occurred after the coronavirus issues in the region. All the flights stopped in the lockdown, and offices also closed. Still, there is an unrest condition in Kuwait.
Migrant workers from different countries are finding it difficult to stay without work. A vast population in the area lost jobs. The Dubai Expo 2020 is useful to rejuvenate the troubling economy of the nation.
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Then, the countries belonging to the bureau started the voting procedure for the event. Around 2/3rd nations approved the delay of the expo.
They were concerned about the well-being of the people. The new dates to organize the world’s biggest fair is October 1, 2021, to March 31, 2022. Sheikh Ahmed bin Saeed Al Maktoum (Chairman & CEO of Emirates) welcomed the announcement states.
Moreover, Sheikh is thankful to all the member states for the continued support in the development. The World Expo organized in the Dubai area will play an essential role in shaping the world after the post coronavirus.
Dubai won the right to host the mega event in 2014. This skyscraper-studded city has the world’s busiest international airport. Still, the real estate market is facing a crisis. Dubai can balance its economy by organizing the function.
There is a disturb condition in the gulf nations like Kuwait. Ministry did not respond to the terms of the Egyptian workers living there.
Several videos viral are on the internet regarding foreign workers. Some 35 million labor workers are working in oil-rich countries like Bahrain, Kuwait, Oman, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, Jordan, and the United Arab Emirates.
Due to the coronavirus outbreak in the areas, the workers feared to lose the jobs. They left with no money to live in the workplace. The Middle-East countries reported 339K active cases of coronavirus in the area—at least 11,310 deaths recorded in these places.