Washington left without Independence Day: Mayor canceled the country’s main holiday

By | May 26, 2020
Washington left without Independence Day: Mayor canceled the country's main holiday

Washington Mayor Muriel Bowser has canceled the country’s main holiday. Washington was left without Independence Day and its main attribute – a festive parade. But by July 4 they plan to at least open stores.

The mayor said that on May 27 he would unveil the plan for the first stage of the opening of public places since much less new cases of COVID-19 began to be recorded in Washington. Shops and public places will begin to open in late May.

July 4, the United States will celebrate one of the country’s main holidays – Independence Day. Usually, Americans participate in a large and bright parade or come to see it.

“We will not issue permits for the parades at the first stage,” Bowser said to the fellow citizens who were not happy.

However, Washington is the capital of the United States. Not everything in this city depends on city authorities. It is possible that the parades may be allowed by Congress or federal authorities. It is possible that people will gather for events without the sanctions of officials.

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