It is the second straight 12 months the music festivals are being canceled because of the coronavirus pandemic.
The Coachella and Stagecoach music festivals have been canceled for the second straight 12 months because of the COVID-19 pandemic. The choice, made Friday, comes on the order of the top of the well being division in Riverside County, California.
Coachella was scheduled for April 9-18, and Stagecoach was set for April 23-25. No make-up dates have been instantly introduced.
The order from Dr. Cameron Kaiser, Riverside County’s public well being officer, notes the Southern California county has had 266,849 confirmed instances of COVID-19 and practically 3,000 deaths.
Though hospitalizations and the variety of sufferers in intensive care are falling in California, they continue to be larger than at any time in 2020 previous to the vacation season surge, in keeping with the COVID Monitoring Undertaking.
The festivals in 2020 have been moved from April to October, however Kaiser ordered their cancellation final summer season.
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