Huawei has set a schedule for its developer conference, HDC.Cloud, as Chinese authorities work to stop the spread of a new type of pneumonia that has occurred and killed in Wuhan, a city in southeast China. Postponed the. The event was scheduled to open February 11-12 local time in Shenzhen, more than 700 miles from Wuhan, but has been postponed to March 27-28.
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“ From the perspective of preventing and controlling the spread of pneumonia caused by the new coronavirus, we decided to give maximum consideration to the health and safety of all participants, '' said Huawei.As explained on the HDC.Cloud website.
ReutersHuawei also added a team in the city to prevent employees from moving to Wuhan, minimize contact with animals, and prevent and control the spread of infection, according to internal memos that the company confirmed. That.
According to the article, Terry Gou, founder of Hon Hai Technology Group [Foxconn], has asked a Taiwan-based employee not to go to mainland China during the Chinese New Year holidays.
肺 At least 17 people have died from pneumonia suspected of being caused by the new coronavirus, and hundreds have been identified in China, Taiwan, Japan, Thailand, Korea and the United States.
Chinese officials said on Wednesday that air services and trains departing Wuhan had been suspended, and public transportation in the city, which is home to more than 11 million people, had been stopped.The New York Times reports.The Chinese government plans to restrict traffic in nearby cities, such as Huanggang, Ezhou, the Red Wall, and Ejiang. The population of these cities totals about 9 million.
This article is from overseas CBS InteractivearticleWas edited by Asahi Interactive for Japan.