The European Broadcasting Union has released a statement to confirm plans are still in place for this year’s Eurovision Song Contest.
The organisation said it is closely monitoring the situation concerning the spread of coronavirus.
The EBU added it is working closely with Dutch Host Broadcasters NPO, NOS and AVROTROS and the City of Rotterdam to explore different potential scenarios for the Eurovision Song Contest 2020.
“However, with two months to go until the three live shows on 12th, 14th and 16th May, and a rapidly changing situation both in the Netherlands and the countries of the participating broadcasters, it is still too early to make any final decisions,” added the statement.
“With this in mind, we’re continuing to work together as a team on preparations to host the 65th Eurovision Song Contest in Rotterdam.”