The epidemic spread to many European events, the Paris Marathon was extended to October

The epidemic spread to many European events, the Paris Marathon was extended to October
The Paris Marathon was extended until October 18.Network screenshots are affected by the new coronary pneumonia epidemic, including the Wuhan Marathon, Chongqing Marathon, Tokyo Marathon, Seoul Marathon, and Pyongyang Marathon. Marathons in East Asian countries must be canceled, postponed or occupied.With the severity of the epidemic in Europe, marathons in Paris, Rome and other places have also been affected.As of 16:00 on March 6, Beijing time, except for China, a total of 18070 cases were diagnosed in 86 countries and regions, and 341 cases were gradually died.Among them, Italy, Germany, France, the United Kingdom and other European countries continue to increase the number of confirmed cases. Italy has cumulatively diagnosed 3927 cases, France has gradually diagnosed 423 cases, Germany has gradually diagnosed 534 cases, and the United Kingdom has gradually confirmed 116 cases.The 2020 Paris Marathon was originally scheduled for April 5, and the organizing committee released an article on the official website today stating, “As the new coronary pneumonia epidemic spreads in France, this year ‘s Paris marathon will be extended to October 18.”The Paris Half Marathon was originally scheduled for March 1 antiques, but was temporarily cancelled on February 29. The organizing committee ‘s latest statement stated that the Paris Half Marathon will also be enumerated. The new race date is September 6.Day by day.As the largest and most well-known marathon in Italy, the 2020 Rome Marathon was originally planned for March 29. The organizing committee announced on the official website earlier that it decided to cancel this year’s event due to the serious Italian epidemic.The quota was postponed to 2021.The London Marathon is one of the six major events of the marathon. The 2020 London Marathon is scheduled for April 26.In response to external threats to this incident, the London Marathon Subcommittee also publicly issued a statement a few days ago.”Sauna, Ye Wang Xu Bangyin editor Wang Xihuang proofread Liu Baoqing