Organizers of Poland's Plastpol trade show for rubber and plastics processing says it is ready to go Oct. 6-8 in Kielce, with modifications. Those modifications begin with the dates. The event usually takes place over four days in May. For 2020, it was delayed to October and cut back to three days.
"The fact that the exhibition is actually held provides an essential stimulus for the economy, which has been put on halt for several months," organizers said when they introduced the new dates. "The expo is a clear signal that the plastics and rubber processing industry and market are ready for a rebound and improvement."
In addition to the schedule change, masks covering the nose and mouth must be worn at the show at all times. If you don't have one, trade show organizers have arranged for mask vending machines to be on site.
And no, I didn't know there were mask vending machines either, but they're apparently in use globally. (And the masks are packaged in film, so there's another unexpected business opportunity for flexible packaging makers.)