Updated: May 29, 2020
As the Coronavirus outbreak continues to spread, more events are being canceled or postponed. The mayors of NYC and L.A. have already said large crowds are going to probably be a thing of the past, at least for the balance of the year. Festivals like Coachella, Stagecoach and EDC Las Vegas were all scheduled for the spring, but have been postponed to October... if things get better! As TMZ said, "Pandemic insurance will likely be a top priority for music festivals, concerts, and all other major events once the coronavirus subsides ... but it's going to be a while before coverage is even possible"
Due to pandemic concerns, Comic-Con and WonderCon are the latest events to get canceled due to the health crisis. Comic-Con organizers hope the event returns July 22-25, 2021. WonderCon in Anaheim was scheduled for April 10-12. Now it's rescheduled for March 26-28, 2021.
The right thing to do is to stay at home and stay away from large crowds. More events will most likely continue to get canceled. COVID-19 pandemic has changed many things. Some things may even never be the same. For now, our main focus should be on our health and keeping everyone safe!
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