Hours ago, the Consumer Technology Association, which is responsible for hosting CES 2022, announced that the display will be on January 7 instead of January 8 (January 18). (January 6) ends its work. Over the past two weeks, several companies, including BMW, Intel, AMD, Google, Amazon, Microsoft and Meta, have announced that they will not be attending the show in person. It should be noted that CES is the largest technology exhibition, which is usually attended by more than 10,000 people. CES is also being held in Las Vegas, where according to the latest statistics, about 11% of Covid tests are positive. According to the Consumer Technology Association, about 2,200 companies will attend the fair in person and will unveil their new products. In addition to presenting vaccination documents and using a mask, exhibitors must take an immediate Corona test 24 hours before attending the venue.
- VanPlus and AMD will not be attending CES 2022
Source: The VergeTags: ces, 2022, ends, one, day, earlier, due, corona, concerns