While everyone is quarantined and waiting for the coronavirus to fade from Nevada, there are questions about whether a convention in Las Vegas is partly to blame for the viruses worldwide spread.
The convention is the Consumer Electronics Show.
This year, it happened over four days in early January and attracted some 170,000 people.
I just read this and it's not the first article of it's kind, if you do a search: Did CES spread Coronavirus?
For those of you who aren't familiar the CES show is the Consumer Electronics Show, the largest in the world for anything and everything electronic based from vacuums to cameras to computers to drones etc.
It is held in Las Vegas in early January and this year around 200,000 attended from most of the developed countries of the world, including China as a major player in the manufacture of so many electronic goods. Then many will have returned to major manufacturing facilities with multiple employees to start or continue production based on feedback from individual and corporate buyers.
Food for thought?
How will conventions like this happen in the future, and as Las Vegas is one of the major destinations for conventions on a weekly basis for just about every business imagainable.