The planned wellbeing seminar at the Proact, which had been scheduled to take place this coming Thursday, has been postponed following the coronavirus outbreak.
In a statement, organisers 360 Wellbeing say: "In light of the international outbreak and spread of COVID-19, the 2019 Coronavirus, 360 Wellbeing continues to closely follow and monitor the evolution of the situation, specifically taking into account all advice and recommendations from the World Health Organisation as well as all from local health organisations and governments.
"The main priority of 360 Wellbeing in its continuous and careful assessment of the situation is the wellbeing, health and safety of its employees, visitors and speakers, as well as all stakeholders involved in its activities.
"In light of the recent announcement by the World Health Organisation declaring COVID-19 a global pandemic, and the UK Government response to ‘delaying’ the spread of the virus, we have been in constant communication with our adviser, speaker and key stakeholders regarding the viability of running the 360 Wellbeing seminar on 19th March 2020.
"The rapid evolution of the situation this week has led to the decision this morning to postpone our seminar to future dates. This is not a decision we have taken lightly; it has been taken with the health & safety of our staff and our community, as well as to support our valued customers, staff and speaker to maintain an event that best serves the industry.
"We would like to thank you for your understanding and the many messages of support during this difficult period.”