WE ARE TAKING ALL THE NECESSARY PRECAUTIONS
We fully recognise that the Covid-19 pandemic will likely significantly impact our exhibition, so we want to reassure our partners and participants that we are doing everything we can to minimalise risks. Together with the venue and in consultation with the Government, we have come up with certain safety measures. It is of paramount importance to us to ensure that the health and safety of all our visitors and participants is protected. The event will be laid out in accordance with the government rules on social distancing and visitor numbers will be restricted in relation to the space available.
Below are just a few of the measures that are being taken during the exhibition. These may change as regulations in Nigeria adapt but we will ensure that we are always fully compliant and go above and beyond what is needed.
FUMIGATION OF HALLS
At the beginning of each day, the whole venue will be fully fumigated with a non-corrosive anti-bacterial/viral agent to ensure that it is fully sanitized each day.
Hand sanitizing units will be available and fully stocked at the entrance of the exhibition hall. Many others will also be located throughout the exhibition hall.
Throughout the exhibition, cleaners will be circulating the exhibition disinfecting handrails, door handles and public areas periodically.
All visitors to the exhibition will have to register before they can enter. There will be a strong encouragement to pre-register online to reduce queues.
All visitors and exhibitors will be required to wear a facemask throughout their visit to the exhibition. Face masks will be available to purchase.
All participants will need to pass through a temperature checkpoint. If someone is showing a high temperature then they will not be permitted to enter.
This will be available for anyone that is feeling unwell to attend. If someone is displaying Covid-19 symptoms then we will notify the relevant authorities.