CBS News reports:
San Francisco Pride officials announced Tuesday they were cancelling the 2020 Pride Parade and the weekend Pride 50 celebration over concerns raised by the continuing coronavirus outbreak in the San Francisco Bay Area.
The parade and weekend celebration of diversity and the LGBTQ community, originally scheduled to take place June 27-28, annually brings massive crowds to San Francisco, presenting a difficult challenge to organizers in these times of social distancing.
As 2020 is a historic 50th anniversary, upward of a million people were expected to attend, to witness more than 275 contingents march down Market Street toward Civic Center, where more than 20 community-programmed stages and gathering spaces highlight the diversity of all LGBTQ experiences.
— Lily Janiak (@LilyJaniak) April 14, 2020
The colorful celebration of LGBTQ experiences, which has been held nearly every year since its humble beginnings in 1970, is officially cancelled, Pride organizers announced Tuesday.
— SF Examiner (@sfexaminer) April 14, 2020