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Coronavirus cancellations and delays: From the NBA to Disney films and Broadway

787彩票开户Industries from tech to sports are reacting to the pandemic. Here's the growing list of events that are affected, and how companies are helping people get through this.

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The novel continues to wreak havoc in industries worldwide -- from tech and sports to entertainment and politics. President Donald Trump declared a national emergency on March 13, a move that followed the effective closure of Italy. Many companies have shut factories and banned business-related travel; major cultural institutions like New York's Metropolitan Museum of Art have closed; political rallies have been canceled; and big tech industry events such as the?E3 gaming show,?787彩票开户's F8, the?Geneva Motor Show,?Google I/O?and?Mobile World Congress787彩票开户?have been called off.?

On March 11, the same day the?WHO declared the outbreak a pandemic, the NBA suspended the remainder of its season. Other cultural events like the Coachella Valley Music & Arts Festival787彩票开户 and the??have been postponed. ?

COVID-19787彩票开户, the disease caused by the new coronavirus, has??and is confirmed to have infected more than 200,000 people around the world. ?

Here's how the outbreak is affecting our lives:

Sporting events

  • On March 11, the?NBA suspended the rest of the 2019-2020 season?after Utah Jazz player Rudy Gobert reportedly tested positive for the?coronavirus.
  • Major League Soccer suspended the season?on March 12 as it "continues to assess the impact of COVID-19 with its medical task force and public health officials."
  • Several major Division I conferences in the NCAA, including the SEC, Big Ten, Big 12, ACC and American Athletic Conference, said on March 12 that they would?. The March Madness tournament was also canceled. ?
  • On March 12, the?NHL joined the list of leagues suspending their season. The MLB said it was and would initially delay the start of the 2020 baseball regular season by at least two weeks. On March 16, after the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention shared updated recommendations restricting events with more than 50 people for the next eight weeks, the MLB said it would follow those guidelines and .
  • The Australian Grand Prix, the first race of the 2020 Formula One season, was canceled after a McLaren team member tested positive for the virus. The next two races, in Bahrain and Vietnam, have been postponed.
  • Officials in Long Beach, California, also called for the through April, which includes the city's Grand Prix.?
  • The English Premier League suspended all matches until at least April 3 after a player and coach on different teams tested positive for the virus. On March 17, European soccer's governing body national tournament to next year. This may allow leagues including the EPL to finish their seasons over the summer.
  • The Augusta National Golf Club postponed the on March 13 citing "the health and well-being of everyone associated with these events and the citizens of the Augusta community." The club didn't provide a new date for the tournament.
  • The will move its date from April 20 to Sept. 14, according to the Boston Athletic Association.?
  • Video game publisher EA said it's , which includes the Apex Legends Global Series, EA Sports FIFA 20 Global Series, FIFA Online 4 Live Events and Madden NFL 20 Championship Series. The suspension began March 13 and will continue "until the global coronavirus situation improves." Online events in which participants and staff are isolated will continue, EA said.

Political events

  • Democratic presidential candidates??leading up to primary elections in several states.?
  • On March 17, Maryland until June 2. It was originally scheduled for April 28.
  • On March 16, Ohio's governor , just a day ahead of the state's presidential primary. The Ohio primary is now expected to take place June 2.
  • On March 13, Louisiana originally scheduled for April 4. It is now set for June 20.

Cultural happenings and institutions

  • The??said on March 12 that it would temporarily close. On March 16, Vogue Editor-in-Chief Anna Wintour said , which was slated to take place in May, .
  • The?Coachella Valley Music & Arts Festival?was pushed back to October, and the Ultra Music Festival in Miami was?.
  • On March 12,?, which was slated to take place in April, was postponed.
  • The Kentucky Derby Festival through April 4, with the .
  • The Tribeca Film Festival, which was slated to take place in April, was postponed after New York banned events with 500 or more people. on March 12.
  • , which was scheduled to take place in March, was postponed until June. EDC Las Vegas is still currently scheduled to take place in May.
  • on March 18 to support artists affected by canceled concerts and events.
  • Billie Eilish is . The rescheduled dates will be announced soon.
  • A handful of late-night shows in New York, including The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon and Late Night with Seth Meyers, will reportedly , at the soonest. The Ellen Show announced March 13 it's .
  • ABC show The Bachelorette, with Clare Crawley as the lead looking for love, , Warner Bros. Television Group announced March 13.?
  • A number of high-profile movies have seen their release dates pushed back, including A Quiet Place 2, Mulan and the next James Bond installment, No Time to Die. On Friday, Walt Disney Studios said it's pausing production on some live action films.
  • The legendary Glastonbury festival, this year featuring Taylor Swift, Sir Paul McCartney, Kendrick Lamar and Diana Ross, will no longer take place on 24 June.
  • The Jonas Brothers said their April 1 to 18 .?
  • Kelly Clarkson has ?from April 1 to July.
  • The , the National Park Service announced March 13.
  • The Office of the First Lady , which was slated to take place April 13. "The health and safety of all Americans must be the first priority, especially right now," First Lady Melania Trump said .?
  • , saying in an Instagram post that "We will be announcing the rescheduled dates as soon as possible."
  • Professional BusinessWomen of California ?its 2020 conference, which was meant to take place April 14, until August 11.
  • The of North America, which was meant to kick off in San Diego May 8 and conclude in Atlanta July 9.
  • The Eurovision Song Contest, due to take place in the Netherlands in May, has been cancelled.

Theme parks

  • In February,?Disney?temporarily?closed its theme parks?in Shanghai and Hong Kong due to the?coronavirus. It's estimated that the move will cost the company nearly $175 million.?
  • On March 12, California Gov. Gavin Newsom and state public health officials called for??until the end of March. The move doesn't apply to situations like school attendance, work or essential public transportation. In a press conference, Newsom said it didn't include Disneyland, but Disney later shared an update that the theme park will in fact be closing. ?
  • will also reportedly close from March 14 to 28. Universal CityWalk will stay open.?


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  • Temporarily closing all its offices in mainland China, Hong Kong and Taiwan.
  • Restricted business travel to China and Hong Kong.
  • Told employees with immediate family members returning from China to work from home for at least 14 days.
  • Kept European offices open even though an employee in Zurich?had been diagnosed with coronavirus.
  • Canceled its Google News Initiative Summit scheduled for late April in Sunnyvale, California.
  • Changed annual its cloud conference, which??last year, to a digital-only event.
  • Will?continue to pay hourly workers who can't do their jobs remotely.
  • Canceled its annual I/O developer conference, which was set to take place May 12-14 in Mountain View, California.
  • in New York City and the San Francisco Bay Area, canceling all in-person job interviews and telling Korean and Japanese employees to work from home, Google confirmed March 9.
  • Google announced on March 10 a and vendors globally who have potential coronavirus symptoms or can't come into work because they're quarantined.
  • Google confirmed recommending March 10 that all North American employees work from home.


  • Announced it's "" all Seattle, Puget Sound area and San Francisco Bay Area employees who are "in a job that can be done from home should do so through March 25." Company president Brad Smith also said it'll? its hourly campus workers their regular wages even if their work hours are reduced.
  • Warned investors that??in the business segment that includes its Windows operating system and Surface devices would likely miss earlier forecasts.
  • Microsoft announced on March 12 it's developer event. The Build show will go on in a virtual way, officials said, in the same mid-May time slot that the regular conference was planned.?
  • On March 16 Microsoft announced that all of its stores around the world will be closed "until further notice."


  • On March 11,? all employees worldwide to work from home.
  • Pulled out of SXSW, where CEO Jack Dorsey was to have given a keynote address.
  • Suspended all non-critical business travel and events for employees.
  • CEO Jack Dorsey had originally planned to spend a few months in Africa in 2020 but said March 5 that he's?
  • 787彩票开户 confirmed March 6 that its after an employee was "advised by their doctor that they likely have COVID-19." The employee hasn't been in the office for several weeks.
  • Will?continue to pay hourly workers who can't do their jobs remotely.


  • Canceled the upcoming re:MARS conference in Las Vegas, which focuses on AI and robotics and was in its second year. All guests who purchased tickets will receive a full refund of registration fees.
  • Removed more than 1 million listings for items?claiming to cure or defend against the coronavirus, according to .
  • Removed thousands of items from merchants for?price gouging.
  • Said an employee at its Seattle headquarters has?tested positive for SARS-CoV-2 and is now in quarantine.
  • Recommended work from home if they are able through the end of March.
  • Withdrew from SXSW festival.
  • Offered up to two weeks of pay for employees affected by coronavirus and started relief funds for businesses connected to Amazon.


  • Dell has reportedly told attendees of due to coronavirus concerns. Keynotes and some sessions will be online, according to the note. Dell Technologies World had been scheduled to go from May 4-7 in Las Vegas. Dell didn't immediately respond to a request for comment.?




  • Will allow guests to if they've booked in China through April 1.
  • Offered a new program called "" that allows travelers to cancel eligible reservations without being charged, and requires hosts to refund the reservation regardless of any previous contracted cancellation policy. Airbnb's service fees for trips booked through June 1 will be refundable with travel coupons.


  • Temporarily suspended roughly 240 user accounts in Mexico to?prevent the spread of coronavirus?after those users had come in contact with two drivers possibly exposed to the virus.
  • Announced any driver or Uber Eats delivery person who's diagnosed with COVID-19 or is individually asked to self-isolate by a public health authority will while the account is on hold.
  • When ordering Uber Eats delivery, customers now have the option of leaving a note in the Uber Eats app asking the delivery person to , rather than have an in-person transaction.
  • Created a??in their response to the epidemic. The company said this team may temporarily suspend the accounts of riders or drivers confirmed to have contracted or been exposed to COVID-19.
  • Strongly recommended employees to work from home in several countries where the number of COVID-19 cases is increasing, including the US, Canada, Japan, Europe and South Korea. The recommendation extends through April 6.


  • Encouraged employees at its San Francisco headquarters to work from home after one team member was found to be "in contact with someone who was exposed to COVID-19."
  • Has partnered with EO Products to distribute more than 200,000 bottles of hand sanitizer and other cleaning supplies to drivers. The company also said in mid-March that it would " or put under individual quarantine by a public health agency."?


  • Closed its new plant in Shanghai for a planned week and a half after the Chinese government told private companies to temporarily cease operations.
  • Warned investors that the shutdown may "slightly" affect first-quarter profits.


  • Reportedly said production of its popular Switch handset in China was "seeing some impact from the coronavirus."?
  • Its US branch is letting employees in California and Washington state work from home.


  • IBM tweeted March 9 it's encouraging employees who live and work in New York City or Westchester County to if their job permits. Both areas are subject to coronavirus community spread.


  • Salesforce CEO Marc Benioff on March 5 asked all employees based in Seattle, Kirkland and Bellevue, Washington, to .


  • Cloudflare is offering its?, a suite of security tools, to small businesses affected by the coronavirus for free for six months. It's also helped launch an industry effort, called?, to support small companies.
  • The company is letting employees in affected regions work remotely.


  • Cisco is giving governments, health care providers, businesses, educational institutions and nonprofits free use of its .?
  • The telecommunications company is also offering security products like , and to remote employees with free trials at no extra charge through July 1.


  • CEO Eric Yuan has reportedly for his company's teleconferencing tools on free accounts for K-12 schools.


  • Discord is easing the limit on its from 10 people at a time to 50, so teachers can conduct classes, co-workers can collaborate and groups can meet remotely.?
  • This will last for "as long as it's critically needed," CEO Jason Citron said in . He also warned that demand for the service is likely to surge, and it may suffer performance issues.


  • The online food ordering service emailed customers to say it's deferring commission fees for independent restaurants, which it says are suffering dine-in drops of up to 75%.


  • In a letter posted to the , T-Mobile president and COO Mike Sievert says the carrier will close "about 80% of our store locations, leaving a critical mass of 20% of stores open to provide important service to customers." These stores will remain closed until "at least March 31."
  • Stores inside indoor malls have also been closed.
  • Staffing levels inside the carrier's customer service centers have also been reduced.?
  • All smartphone data plans now have unlimited data and the carrier is giving customers 20GB of extra mobile hotspot data over the next 60 days.?


  • On March 18, that it would be closing 40% of company-owned retail stores nationwide while adjusting the hours of those that remain open.?
  • Home internet users will have data caps suspended and will not be charged for overages. The company is also waiving late fees for bill payments on home phone, broadband or wireless users that are delayed as a result of the pandemic.?


  • On March 14, T-Mobile announced that Sprint customers will be able to roam on its network for the next 60 days. Sprint and T-Mobile are in the process of merging, but this will give Sprint users access to T-Mobile's network even before the deal fully closes.
  • On March 17, the company said it would "close approximately 71% of Sprint retail stores across the country," as well as stores inside malls, Sprint Express locations inside Walgreens and all stores in Puerto Rico.

Tech industry events

787彩票开户Several prominent industry events were canceled or revamped because of concerns over the coronavirus. They include:

  • 787彩票开户's?March marketing summit?and its?F8 developer conference.
  • The?Geneva Motor Show, one of the?largest car shows of the year, after the Swiss government banned all events of 1,000 people or more.
  • The annual in Las Vegas. Instead the company says some content will be offered online.
  • Google I/O, the company's biggest event of the year, where the tech giant announces its newest products and initiatives.
  • The keynote and product announcements for Nvidia's GPU Technology Conference, typically held in San Jose, California, and attracting about 10,000 people, . The company earlier announced plans to make the event online-only. Nvidia said it starting March 25.
  • The annual Snap Partner Summit. Snap, the parent company of messaging app Snapchat, said it will be an online-only event, with a keynote scheduled for April 2.
  • Activision Blizzard's Call of Duty League live matches planned for 2020. They'll be shifted into , after the company all Overwatch League homestand matches through April.
  • The annual Game Developers Conference (GDC), originally scheduled to take place March 16 to 20 in San Francisco,?has been postponed to an unspecified date?after exhibitors such as Amazon, Microsoft, Epic Games, Sony, EA and 787彩票开户 dropped out.?
  • The annual cybersecurity RSA Conference took place as scheduled in late February in San Francisco, but major exhibitors like?IBM, Verizon and AT&T Cybersecurity?backed out.?
  • SXSW, which was slated to take place in March, was also canceled earlier this month.?

CNET's Corinne Reichert, Ben Fox Rubin, Jackson Ryan, Shara Tibken, Lynn La, Sean Szymkowski, Dara Kerr, Queenie Wong, Oscar Gonzalez, Dan Ackerman, Stephen Shankland, Chris Paukert, Erin Carson, Edward Moyer, Sean Keane, Abrar Al-Heeti, Eli Blumenthal, Richard Trenholm and Ian Sherr contributed to this report.?

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