Choura Events Is Taking Over the Site Where Coachella Is Held, Take a Look at What They’re Building Instead
Ryan Choura, from Choura Events, is taking over the site where Coachella would have been held to build COVID-19 tents.
To make use of the empty spaces , Ryan Choura, the founder of Choura Events (an organization responsible for building tents, stages,etc. for well known venues) has decided to replace the stages with triage tents for coronavirus patients.
They were supposed to build stages for Coachella. Now they’re building coronavirus triage tents https://t.co/V7f2OBfSXX
— Los Angeles Times (@latimes) March 31, 2020
This decision was deemed extremely necessary provided the situation at hand. In just this past month alone, there have been a 371 total confirmed cases in the Valley, including 13 virus-related fatalities. It has been estimated that it the situation could get much worse if precautions are not being taken seriously.
As always, we are hoping for the best. However, if COVID-19 persists, they are going to need all the medical tents they can make room for.
@LATMelissaHealywhen our biggest events – Coachella, BNP Paribas Open and more – cancelled due to COVID-19, we had to pivot from event production company to solution providers. LA-Based event company is responding with innovations…
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— Choura Events (@ChouraEvents) March 13, 2020
We thank companies like Choura Events for contributing so much during this crisis. With their help, we can stay much more prepared to keep our citizens safe and healthy.