List Of Events cancelled and postponed around the globe to prevent the spread of the coronavirus The Sherp March 6, 2020 Travel Adobe Summit (March 29-April 2 in Las Vegas) Adobe cancelled its annual live summit because of growing concerns about the coronavirus. It has been decided that the entire event will take place online. F8, Facebook’s annual conference for developers ( May 5-6 in San Jose, Calif. ) F8 is Facebook’s biggest event of the year, and it’s set to be replaced with local events and live-streamed content. Facebook Global Marketing Summit (in San Francisco) Facebook also canceled its annual Global Marketing Summit in San Francisco, which was supposed to host 5,000 people. HIMSS Global Health Conference & Exhibition ( March 9-13 in Orlando ) HIMSS canceled its health technology conference, 2020 Global Health Conference & Exhibition, where President Trump was scheduled to speak. The Ultra Music Festival (March 20-22 in Miami ) The Ultra Music Festival in Miami, scheduled for March 20-22, has reportedly been postponed. Mobile World Congress (February 24 -27 in Barcelona, Spain) The world’s biggest mobile phone show, Mobile World Congress, has now been cancelled after health concerns in the wake of the coronavirus. World Athletics Indoor Championships ( March 13-15 in Nanjing ) The World Athletics Indoor Championships has been postponed. Although other cities offered to host the event, governing body World Athletics said it decided to postpone rather than relocate because “concerns still exist regarding the spread of the virus outside China. International Monetary Fund and World Bank spring meetings ( April 17-19 in Washington, DC, USA ) The World Bank, announced they will replace their regular spring meetings in Washington, D.C., scheduled for mid-April, with a “virtual format.” Google’s I/O developer conference (May 12-14 in Mountain View, CA, United States ) Google canceled the physical event at the Shoreline Amphitheatre in Mountain View “due to concerns around the coronavirus (COVID-19). Green Day’s ‘Hella Mega Tour’ (March 8 – November 22) Green Day has canceled scheduled tour dates in Asia due to the coronavirus epidemic. The band’s Hella Mega tour would have taken them throughout the continent in March — and in countries with confirmed cases of the virus — starting in Singapore and stopping in Bangkok, Manila, Taipei, Hong Kong, Seoul, Osaka and Tokyo. The Geneva International Motor Show ( March 5- March 15 ) The Geneva auto show was canceled after the Swiss government put an immediate ban on all large events in order to halt the spread of the new coronavirus. CERA Week ( March 9 – 13 in Houston) CERAWeek, one of the premier energy industry conferences, canceled its annual gathering in Houston.