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Coronavirus Blu Blood Postpones Events Across The Globe

SOUTH AFRICA: Leading events and entertainment company, Blu Blood has postponed all upcoming events and shows across the world in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic. Patrons will be able to have their 100% refunds processed by Computicket with immediate effect.

“In support of President Cyril Ramaphosa’s drastic interventions to kerb the spread of COVID-19 in South Africa, we will be postpone the upcoming Shreya Ghoshal show. Patrons who have already purchased tickets can contact Computicket to process their refunds.”, said Blu Blood on their official social media streams.

Blu Blood patrons come first

Shreya Ghoshal was set to perform concerts in South Africa and Dubai and with the growing crisis of the coronavirus pandemic, the events company has responded in line with President Cyril Ramaphosa’s call to limit gatherings and events. The coronavirus pandemic has now been classified as a ‘national disaster in South Africa with many restrictions now in place to curb the infection rate.

Ghoshal was to be accompanied by a full symphony orchestra and choir however the leading South African Indian events company “has placed safety of our patrons as the first directive” this according to Osman Osman, MD of Blu Blood Africa.

The much-anticipated lineup of events by Blu Blood will be rescheduled once threat of the coronavirus has been eliminated.

Read the statement here below

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