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    An announcement out of Geneva, Switzerland said organizers for the World Economic Forum decided to cancel their annual gathering. Each year the event is held in Davos, Switzerland but there are too many concerns relating to the pandemic and keeping everyone healthy.

    Organizers tried multiple attempts to find a specific date and venue and will would serve well in the situation. They had hoped to hold it in Singapore in August but a statement was released today stating that it won’t go ahead with this plan. The forum said “uncertainty around new variants combine to make it impossible to realize a global meeting with business, government and civil society leaders from all over the world at the scale which was planned,”

    The next annual event is set to be in the first half of next year but there is no exact date yet. These gatherings usually bring hundreds of well-known government leaders, business executives, civil society advocates, and different artists.

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