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Thu, 06 Aug 2020 17:09 - Updated Thu, 06 Aug 2020 17:09

Covid-19: Event promoters meet via Video Conference

Luanda - Event promoters meet on Thursday via videoconference to seek solutions for self-sustainability after being prevented to organize mass cultural events, due to the covid-19 that has ravaged Angola since March, ANGOP has learnt.

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The aim of the event is to discuss, raise awareness and find solutions for event organizers and the general public regarding the pandemic situation in the country, through a series of lives streaming during August 6, 13, 20 and 27, under the aegis of promoter Meraki.

"With the outbreak of Covid-19, one of the sectors that has suffered most is the events. Factors such as social distance and mobility limitations have proved lethal for a sector that employs thousands of professionals", the organizers said.

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