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PATA to go ahead with Adventure Travel Mart

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Adventure Travel Conference and Mart in Sabah remains on schedule.
Adventure Travel Conference and Mart in Sabah remains on schedule. Photo Credit: NuarZakaria/GettyImages

BANGKOK - PATA is pushing ahead with its Adventure Travel Conference and Mart 2020 in Sabah from February 12-14.

In a statement, PATA said the situation in Malaysia is under control by the Ministry of Health, Malaysia, following coronavirus guidelines by WHO, “who have ranked Malaysia 3rd in the world for best preparation of illness”.

PATA said the Malaysian government was doing its best on all measurements at entry points into Malaysia.

“As of today, all entry points into Malaysia have been equipped with the thermal scanners to check on the body temperature of every tourists who enters the country. This includes Kuala Lumpur International Airport (KLIA) and Kota Kinabalu International Airport (KKIA) where most delegates will arrive.

“Malaysia is still a safe country to visit, and I look forward to welcoming all delegates to the event,” said PATA CEO Mario Hardy.

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