In The line with the UAE’s effort in combatting  COVID19, health, safety and well-being of all participants is the highest priority in the upcoming Expo 2020.

With the Expo 2020 Dubai being held in October 2021, strict regulations and stringent social distancing is, and will be continuously implemented for all official participants and everyone working for the Expo 2020 Dubai.

Virtual inspections of staffs accommodation as well COVID19 vaccinations for all employees and their families are just few of the measures that are being carried out as part of the Expo 2020’s programme to the safeguard all participant, workforce, suppliers, contractors and visitors.

The Expo 2020 Committee ensures compliance with the most recent guidelines from leading medical, science and health experts such as the UAE Ministry of Health and prevention and Dubai Health Authority and with an up to date advice from the World Health Organization.

In April, His Highness Sheik Hamdan bin Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Crown Prince of Dubai and Chairman of The Executive Council of Dubai, announced that the Expo 2020’s vaccination programme will be extended to all official representatives of the countries taking part in Expo 2020.

As per the sixth and final International Participants Meeting ( IPM), there are more than 370 delegates from 173 countries to date and to experience the first-hand robust steps that are being put in place as Expo prepares to welcome the world this coming October.