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L.A. Comic Con 2020 Canceled Amid Coronavirus Pandemic

The event is the latest convention to fall victim to COVID-19.

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Los Angeles Comic Con 2020 has been canceled amid the coronavirus pandemic.

The organizers of the event, Comikaze Entertainment made the announcement on Tuesday.

The event that was scheduled for December. 11-13, will now be held in September 2021, from 24 to 26th of the said month.

“Last week on Oct. 7, Gov. Newsom finally gave an update on reopening plans for theme parks, which most people thought would precede event and convention guidelines,” Comikaze wrote in a statement.

“In his announcement, the Governor said he had decided not to provide reopening guidelines yet for theme parks, and by extension, events. Without guidelines, there is no way for LA County, the City, or event organizers like us to know if the plans and changes we made to be safe will be right or enough. So with that new direction from the State, we are rescheduling.”

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