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Google cancels this year's I/O Annual Developers Conference over Coronavirus fears

Google have announced that the company will not be holding an I/O Annual Developers Conference event in any capacity this year, even calling-off the possible online conference as well. Earlier this month, we heard from the American technology giant that they have cancelled the in-person I/O Developers Conference due to the concerns over the continuing widespread of novel Coronavirus across United States as well as in most parts around the world. In a recent update provided by Google's official Twitter handle, we learn that the company is calling off all possibilities to hold the event this year considering the safety of their developers, employees and local communities, also in regard to focus their attention on helping people and the communities to stay safe, informed, and connected during this unprecedented time as the deadly COVID-19 is affecting thousands of people globally.

"Out of concern for the health and safety of our developers, employees, and local communities — and in line with “shelter in place” requirements by the local Bay Area government — we sadly will not be holding an I/O event in any capacity this year."

Source: Google Developers (Twitter)