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Sled World Cup kicks off the Winter Olympics international test event welcomes live audiences for the first time_Service

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Original title: Sleigh World Cup kicks off, Winter Olympics International Test Competition welcomes live audience for the first time

China Daily, November 20 (Reporter Sun Xiaochen) This afternoon, the World Sledding World Cup officially kicked off at the National Snow Sledding Center in Yanqing. At 7:20 in the evening, during the men’s single sledding event, the “Snow Dragon” will welcome The first batch of spectators came, which was also the first test with spectators in the “Meet in Beijing” series of winter sports events in the second half of the year.

About 300 spectators attended the game. In order to do a good job in the prevention and control of the epidemic, the audience must show double green codes when entering the venue, including the green codes of the Beijing HealthBao green code and the big data itinerary card of the State Council. After the temperature measurement is completed, the spectators walk into the spectator viewing area through a special entry flow line. The viewing area does not touch or cross the space of other customer groups such as venue staff, athletes, etc., to ensure regional safety. In addition, anti-epidemic supplies are set up at the ticket gates, spectator stands, heating areas and other areas where spectators can gather, so that spectators can receive necessary anti-epidemic supplies at any time.

“Xueyoulong” is a newly-built outdoor venue for the Beijing 2022 Winter Olympics. It is located in a mountainous area and is semi-open. It has the characteristics of large space, long streamlines and low temperature. The audience is moving outdoors to watch the game. The audience service work has brought challenges. For this reason, in this testing event, epidemic prevention signs and guide signs such as “please wear a mask” and “heating area for spectators” were pasted throughout the venue, and information kiosks, heating areas, lost and found offices, drink sales and concessions were set up. Service spaces such as merchandise sales provide convenience for spectators at any time, and strive to combine spectating services with the unique architectural style of the venue and track design to bring spectators an “immersive” spectator experience.

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More than 70 event service volunteers from China Agricultural University and Beijing University of Aeronautics and Astronautics participated in the event operation and support of this test event. Volunteers provide services to the audience in various areas such as the ticket inspection area, information kiosks, and the audience’s pedestrian flow line. They do their best to do order maintenance, ticket inspection, information consultation, and remind the audience to comply with epidemic prevention requirements and other voluntary services. This is the audience Test activities are escorted.

Under the premise of preventing and controlling the epidemic, the event service team will focus on serving the audience and conduct test drills in accordance with the work requirements of “testing to be tested and tested to be tested”. During the whole preparation process, it adheres to the problem-oriented approach. The changes have created a safe, orderly, professional and convenient, friendly and peaceful environment and atmosphere during the test period.Return to Sohu to see more


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