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Eric L Martin | Chubby Diaries
Disney World and Universal Orlando–located in Florida, and Disneyland in California made a decision to cancel Halloween events this year due to Covid-19.
In a Tweet on Friday, Universal said that it made a “difficult decision” in canceling the Halloween Horror Night events located in Orlando, Florida. Universal’s Halloween Horror Nights was slated to celebrate its 30th “terrifying” year before making this decision.
“We know this decision will disappoint our fans and guests. We are disappointed, too,”Universal said in a statement on its website. “But we look forward to creating an amazing event in 2021.” Disneyland’s “Oogie Boogie Bash”–scheduled to take place from September and October, was cancelled as well.
Mickey’s Not-So-Scary Halloween Party–located at Disney World Resort made the decision in June to canceled the Halloween event, despite the the resort being opened to the public as of July 15.
Florida and California have seen spikes in coronavirus cases within the last month. California now leads the nation with more than 460,000 cases, while Florida is not too far behind with 430,000 according to John Hopkins data.
Eric L. Martin Chubby Diaries Travel Analyst. He writes on the latest Travel News and much more.
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