Coronavirus is creating more and more trouble for global events. Many events are already in the list of postponing, and cancellation.
Recently, Venice Architecture Biennale is rescheduling from May to August because of the Coronavirus outbreak in Italy.
Organizers of the event announced the delay of the event, and now it will take place on 29 August 2020 – 29 November 2020.
The opening ceremony of the event will be on 27 August 2020 and 28 August 2020.
Why Is Venice Architecture Biennale Rescheduled?
The government takes these precautionary measures to avoid the further spread of the coronavirus and decide to delay the event by three months.
Also, La Biennale di Venezia said via his website that coronavirus affects the event. He also releases the new dates of the event.
The event is in the delay state as a sign of precaution and restrictions posed by the government because of the virus outbreak.
Originally Biennale event was scheduled to run for six months, i.e., 23 May to 29 November.
But now it’s duration is shorten and it will only last three months instead of six months.
How Rescheduling Will Affect The Biennale Event?
The concept of the biennale is about how to live together with harmony?
It explains the idea of how people can live together in harmony despite the factors like political involvements and wealth and income gaps.
There was an expectation of around 250,000 attendees, along with 114 participants from 46 different countries.
Paolo Baratta, the president of La Biennale di Venezia, announced the event delay last week in an online press conference.
He mentioned other significant details, along with the reason for the delay.
Coronavirus outbreaks are spreading across the world. Out of which Italy is one of the worst-hit countries in Europe.