Visitors' rules issued for Shanghai Expo (2)

15:43, April 19, 2010      

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Visitors can reserve at most six pavilions with one ticket, including the China Pavilion or one of the Theme Pavilions along with five foreign pavilions.

Visitors can book either the China Pavilion or one of the five Theme Pavilions at the more than 170 reservation machines installed at 20 locations at the Expo site. Other reservation machines will be installed at the entrance of more than 20 foreign pavilions who rented the machines from the organizer.

The organizer recommends visitors first make reservation for the China Pavilion after entering the Expo site since it is expected to be the most crowded one throughout the six-month exposition.

The organizer may conduct necessary health examination on visitors in case of epidemics. For example, all the visitors would have their temperatures taken if SARS were to break out during the Expo, said Huang.

The organizer will provide timely information for visitors on big screens at the Expo site and through more than 1,000 volunteer stations outside the site.

By People's Daily Online / Expo2010
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