“The decision was made to keep residents, visitors, and employees of the city safe as the novel coronavirus continues to spread, leading to infections, hospitalizations and deaths within the state and across the country,” the city of Powder Springs said.
Powder Springs said the decision to cancel the event was made after discussions were held with sponsors, city staff and City Council members. Those council members, the city said, “unanimously voiced their agreement” to cancel the event.
Residents can keep track of information about other Powder Springs events by visiting the city's website.
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