Celebrating Fourth of July from Home
The coronavirus outbreak has altered the way we celebrate birthdays, holidays and other special events - and this year's Fourth of July celebration is no exception.
Many states in America have already announced the cancellation of many fireworks events/shows and social gatherings to celebrate the independence.
Health officials around the country are pleading with residents to not make a bad situation worse and celebrate freedom at home this fourth of July to prevent further increase in the corona virus cases that has already skyrocketed after the memorial day celebration last 25th of MAY.
On Thursday, the United States set a single-day case record for the sixth time in nine days, reaching 53,000 new coronavirus cases.
In the face of cases reaching disheartening new highs, with at least 15 states setting single-day reporting records this week, health officials around the country have urged Americans to scale back their holiday plans. But you can celebrate from home while contributing to the country's fight against corona virus.
Here's how you can celebrate America's Independence while also staying safe.
1. Movie Night
Celebrate the 4th of July with your family while watching patriotic films, like "Top Gun," "Independence Day" and "An American Tail" and turn it into a movie night.
The Parade and The live bands has been cancelled. But you can always enjoy your own fireworks show in your backyards. You can also go for a safer alternative and go for confetti cannons which are often used in parties and weddings.
Another Fourth of July staple is the barbecue. As an american we always celebrate Memorial day and Fourth of July with a barbecue pit from the front lawn with family, friends and neighbors, it's a great way to reconnect. Just keep in mind to practice social distancing while enjoying the chopped brisket.
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