Tokyo Ham Fair 2021 is cancelled
Japan’s JARL has announced the cancellation of the world’s largest amateur radio event, the Tokyo Ham Fair 2021, which had been planned for October 2-3
We were hopeful to have Ham Fair 2021 with possible preventative measures against COVID-19, but another wave of infection came in this Summer.
Considering the worse than expected COVID situation, JARL reluctantly decided to cancel Ham Fair 2021.
We hope that Tokyo Ham Fair can come back in Year 2022 under safer conditions.
Until then, we wish you all to stay safe and healthy.
73 de JARL International
Ken Yamamoto JA1CJP
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