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Coronavirus in Pennsylvania

Pottsville Cancels State of the City Address and St. Paddy’s Day Parade

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Coronavirus fears forced the postponement or cancellation of two upcoming events in Pottsville.

The city announced Thursday morning that tonight’s State of the City Address from Majestic Theater is postponed. No new date is set.

Further, the city has cancelled the annual St. Patrick’s Day parade scheduled for Saturday. And the post-parade festivities at Humane Fire Co. on Third St. have also been cancelled.

The Canary is monitoring other events around Schuylkill County that may be impacted by fears of the spread of COVID-19 coronavirus.

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To date, no one from Schuylkill County has been diagnosed with the infection. A total of 21 cases have been reported across Pennsylvania.


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