Coronavirus vaccinations will be provided for all official representatives of countries participating in this year's Expo 2020 Dubai, it was announced on Wednesday. The Executive Council of Dubai said the vaccinations will be offered as part of plans to "welcome the world" to the emirate for the six-month long event from October 1. Following the launch of Expo 2020 Pavilions Premiere on Saturday, visitors will be among the first to experience Terra - The Sustainability Pavilion from January 22 until April 10 as teaser to the main event in October Thousands of officials representing nearly 200 countries are expected to take part in Expo 2020 Dubai. The mega event, which is being held in the Middle East for the first time in history, was postponed from last year because of the threat of the global coronavirus pandemic. In a tweet, Sheikh Hamdan bin Mohammed (pictured below), Dubai Crown Prince, made the announcement saying: "We look forward to a unique experience during Expo 2020 Dubai thanks to the vision of His Highness Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum... which made Dubai a favourite destination for people with exceptional ideas and ...read more...