Detroit Auto Show canceled: FEMA to use space for hospital

Published: Mar. 28, 2020 at 9:00 PM EDT
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The Detroit Auto Show, formerly know as the North American International Auto Show, is canceled for 2020.

The show was set to make its June debut, but that appears to be on hold.

According to multiple new sources in Detroit, including the Detroit News, the federal government is taking over the TCF Convention Center and using the space as a temporary hospital for COVID-19 patients.

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