Chinese epidemic ruins Huawei’s plans

17 people have already died as a result of an outbreak of coronavirus.
Huawei has announced that it is forced to postpone its largest annual HDC.Cloud developer conference. The cause was a viral epidemic in Wuhan, which caused serious concern in China.

The HDC.Cloud 2020 event, originally planned to be held in Shenzhen from February 11 to 12, 2020, was postponed to March 27-28, 2020. The coronavirus is responsible for the outbreak, which humans could get from snakes. The fact is that many people in China often eat snakes and other wild animals. Such information was published by the media just a few hours ago.

Many companies operating in the region warn their employees, as well as citizens living in the region, of the need to exercise caution when traveling outdoors. Face masks were sold out in Southeast Asia. Wuhan is currently in quarantine: 11 million people are prohibited from leaving the region, while it is confirmed that 17 people have already died as a result of the outbreak of coronavirus.

HDC.Cloud is Huawei’s largest annual developer conference held regularly for many years.

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