Both exhibitors, buyers and workers of the companies involved in the assembly will be able to develop their activity at the fairgrounds with all the security guarantees. Carrying out tests to detect possible coronavirus infections also offers peace of mind in the development of the event and in attending to visitors.
“It is essential to work in a security scenario and for this we have designed an action protocol, in collaboration with Cualtis, so that FINE is a COVID-free space”, assures the general director of the Valladolid Fair, Alberto alonso.
The second edition of the show expects to receive more foreign visitors than in its premiere. In fact, in order to promote the fair abroad and boost its internationalization, Turespaña and FINE have recently subscribed a collaboration agreement, which also includes a series of security measures to avoid contagion of the virus.
In this way, foreigners who attend the fair, thanks to this alliance with the promotion body, will be able to access the event by presenting the PCR test, with a negative result and carried out in the 72 hours prior to the trip, which is required to enter the Spain.
The rest of the participants, both nationals and foreigners, will be required to take an antigen test that can be carried out at the fairgrounds on June 8, 9 and 10. The waiting time to know the result is barely 15 minutes.
“We are going to use all the tools at our disposal so that FINE develops normally. In recent weeks different events have been held with a large influx of public, such as fairs or concerts and, fortunately, there are resources to guarantee the safety of the attendees ”, explains Alberto Alonso.