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Expo 2020 Dubai records 2 million visits in first month


Expo 2020 Dubai organizers said that they have recorded more than two million visits in the first month of the mega event. 

During a media briefing on Monday, November 1, Scnonaid McGeachin, vice president of communications Expo 2020 Dubai, said that the event had a total of 2,350,868 visits during October. 

Out of the total visits, 28 percent are of under 18 years and 17 percent of the visits came from overseas visitors. 

Since it has opened its doors on October 1, as many as 185 nationalities have passed through the entry portal. 

The most popular countries for Expo are India, Germany, France, Saudi Arabia, and the UK. 

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