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Big Bad Wolf Book Sale Manila takes safety precautions amid nCoV scare

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Due to the concerns surrounding the outbreak of the novel coronavirus (2019-nCoV), safety measures will be in place for the entire duration of the upcoming Big Bad Wolf Book Sale Manila 2020 at the World Trade Center, Pasay City, Metro Manila from February 14 to 24, 2020. The team behind the Big Bad Wolf Book Sale are making it their utmost priority to secure everyone attending the Sale from the threat of contamination.

A medical team will be deployed onsite to check all visitors with infrared thermometers at the entrance and exit. Those with high body temperatures will be prohibited from entering the venue. Visitors who have cleared the screenings will then proceed to the ‘sanitation area’ at the entrance where hand sanitizers will be placed. Hand sanitizers will also be readily available at the customer service area, food concessionaire area and the exit for visitors to maintain good hygiene.

As part of the commitment of safety and security to book lovers, visitors can also be assured that the precautionary measures will be taken by employees of the Sale. All employees will be checked with the infrared thermometer, strictly required to wear face masks and regularly sanitize their hands. Employees that are unwell will be immediately sent for a medical check-up.Visitors attending the Book Sale are also urged to cooperate with the guidelines by taking sanitary and precautionary measures to ensure the safest book hunting experience for everyone. Visitors are advised to bring their own protective face masks and wear them before entering the Book Sale area.

The Big Bad Wolf Book Sale will be back by popular demand after successful visits to cities in the Philippines in 2019, including Manila, Davao, Cebu and Pampanga. The Big Bad Wolf Book Sale Manila 2020 will be open 24-hours straight from 14-24 February at the World Trade Center, Pasay City, Metro Manila. During the 11-day duration of the World’s Biggest Book Sale, more than 2million English titles will be available at 50-90% off recommended retail price and entry is FREE. The ‘Crazy Deals’ promotion will also be introduced for the first time in Manila, offering incredible further markdowns as low as %u20B160. 17,000 brand new titles will be available at the Book Sale, offering numerous options from a variety of genres for readers.

Known as the World’s Biggest Book Sale, the Big Bad Wolf Book Sale specializes in providing the widest selection of books at the lowest possible price. It offers brand new books at discounts as high as 50% to 90% off recommended retail prices. The primary aim of the Book Sale is to encourage people of all ages to discover the joys of affordable, accessible reading.

The Book Sale features a wide range of books across all genres, including fiction and non-fiction bestsellers, young adult fiction, as well as an extensive collection of children’s books.

The Sale, the brainchild of BookXcess Co-Founders Andrew Yap and Jacqueline Ng, has been a landmark event in Malaysia since 2009. The Sale has toured across 11 countries and 33 cities in Malaysia and abroad to Thailand, Indonesia, Sri Lanka, the Philippines, Taiwan, South Korea, Pakistan, Myanmar, the UAE and Cambodia with no plans to stop in making reading affordable for readers around the world.

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