IFA Will Be Open To Journalists, But Not To General Public


A few months back, the organizers of the annual IFA event in Berlin announced that IFA 2020 will not be held in its traditional manner due to the COVID-19 outbreak. At that time, they didn’t give any details related to this event, but now, they provided some important details about IFA 2020.

The organizers say that the event will take place in Berlin on September 3-5 despite the ban of events gathering more than 5,000 people until October 24 as per local laws. However, there are some steps that they take to take care of mass-gathering at the event.

The organizers said, there will be four main events spread across three days and each event will hold up to 1,000 people. Only people with invites can enter and the event won’t be open for the public.

Giving these details, they mentioned that these rules are made for people’s safety during this pandemic. The local authorities will be helping on-site to ensure that social distancing, crowd management, and public hygiene are maintained.

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