Bestselling author and therapist Lori Gottlieb has cancelled her March 25 appearance at the Atlanta History Center as the coronavirus pandemic spreads.
The announcement by the history center on Wednesday does not specifically mention the COVID-19 virus, which has infected tens of thousands across the globe and believed to be much more.
The notice does, however, cite Gottlieb’s cancellation was made by her out of “an abundance of caution.”
The popular writer and lecturer, who champions the power of storytelling as a way change lives for the better, has not announced a rescheduled appearance date.
The history center’s ticket office is contacting event ticket holders within the next three business days, the center said in a statement, though it did not specify whether people will be issued refunds or credits. For more information firstname.lastname@example.org
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