List of Companies not participating in MWC 2020 fearing Coronavirus

In this article, I’m gonna listing out the names of companies who decided not to participate in Mobile World Congress 2020 fearing Coronavirus outbreak.

In December last year, a virus came into existence that initially found in China called Coronavirus. Chinese authority now has given Coronavirus an official name called that Novel Coronavirus Pneumonia abbreviated as N.C.U. Doctors and researchers say, N.C.U belongs to the family of Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome (SARS) pandemic of 2002-2003 and the Middle East respiratory syndrome (MERS) that outbreak in South Korea in 2015.

Till now, more than 900 cases registered dying of this epidemic and more than 40,000 cases found infected with the same virus. Coronavirus has not just infected people but now also affecting major tech events and the latest example is Mobile World Congress 2020, one of the biggest mobile event on the earth. World Health Organisation has declared Coronavirus a globally emergency and now seeing its outbreak in different parts of the world, a number of tech companies announced their nonparticpation in Mobile World Congress 2020 that takes place in Barcelona, Spain in between 24-27 this month.

Now, most of our users ask us to make a list of companies who aren’t participating in MWC 2020 and here we are with a list.

List of Companies not participating in Mobile World Congress 2020 Event fearing Coronavirus

  1. Sony, NTT Docomo, Intel
  2. Nvidia
  3. Amazon
  4. LG
  5. Ericsson
  6. Mediatek
  7. Vivo
  8. Accedian
  9. Amdocs
  10. Dali Wireless
  11. CommScope
  12. iconectiv
  13. InterDigital
  14. Ulefone
  15. Umidigi
  16. Viber, Rakuten, and F5 Networks

So you can see in the list a list of 19 companies are not going to participate in MWC 2020 and the list contain some major names. However, there are some companies who participate in the same event and most of them are the Chinese companies. Take Xiaomi, ZTE as an example.

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