Another victim of the coronavirus. The 2021 Rose Parade has been cancelled. This is the first time the parade has been canceled since World War II.

The tournament of roses chief executive David Eads made the announcement this morning. He said it is just too dangerous to host the parade with the looming COVID pandemic.

Being in the midst of a pandemic has changed the plans for this and many other events. And right now the health and well-being  of all the participants and guests is their top priority.

As for The Rose Bowl football game, the Granddaddy of them all is still on schedule, whether it is with a socially distanced audience or an empty Stadium. But for now the Rose Bowl game is still on. Stay tuned for more on that.

NBC news has more on this story.

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