translated from Spanish: Between beards and protocols, he tore up the Beijing Motor Hall

In China, specifically in Wuhan, the world’s first coronavirus focus was recorded. The pandemic advanced to other countries with great consequences on lives and humanitarians. Some places continue with restrictions and in others activities regain their normal activity. One of the main recommendations is social estating and avoiding crowding sites. However, in China, just where it all started, they’ve already started with massive events, such as a car showroom. With strict protocols, Auto China 2020 was launched in Beijing, which was scheduled for April. The authorities ordered that the crowd attending the sample be limited. In 2018, for example, it was visited by 820,000 people. From the Portal The World, his correspondent describes how the appointment takes place in times of the pandemic: “At the entrance, waiting for an endless line under the posters that welcome the 2020 Auto China, thousands of people carry their mobiles in hand to teach the QR code of the Health app that testifies that no one has the Covid-19.” This shows a gradual recovery of the world’s largest automotive market. China moves $1.2 trillion and employs 33 million workers, or one in 12 jobs in the Asian country is occupied by this sector.

Auto China 2020 is the first major sample to be made since the first outbreak. All events of this type were postponed and suspended, as these are samples that concentrate a large number of audiences. For the 90 manufacturers who will be there until October 5 in the capital of China the event offers an opportunity to show their latest news.

Ford debuted his electric Mustang Mach-E SUV; Nissan showed the Ariya, the brand’s second all-electric model for China; BMW introduced the eco-friendly iX3, which will be produced at a plant in northeast China for worldwide commercialization.” The Beijing Motor Lounge is a symbol of hope,” BMW AG’s CEO for China Jochen Goller told the press. He also highlighted the work of the Chinese medical staff who “made it possible for us to enjoy this large-scale event today.”
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