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Position of the GKA Kite World Tour on the Sars-CoV-2 situation

Published 13th March 2020 by Danny

 

13th March 
Location: Hamburg
Words: Kate Chandler | Images: Ydwer van der Heide

The GKA Kite World Tour takes the wellbeing of its riders, tour followers and on-site crew very seriously. Which is why we are closely monitoring, and following the advice of national and international health organisations in light of the worldwide pandemic of the Coronavirus. 

We would like to announce that currently, all GKA Kite World Tour dates are going ahead as planned. However we are closely monitoring the current situation and staying up to date on the most recent developments in each country and region. Events may be subject to change, or postponed in order to keep everyone involved safe and in good health, if the GKA feel it is the best course of action.

We will keep you updated with the latest news as and when it happens.

Yours faithfully, 

Jörgen Vogt

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