Orlando Mayor Dyer announced on Wednesday, May 26 that the City of Orlando would be celebrating the July 4th holiday at Lake Eola Park, with its 44th annual fireworks show.
“The City of Orlando is proud to safely bring back community events and celebrations. Today’s announcement is a direct result of what our community has done together to take control and stop the spread of COVID-19 here in Orlando. I want to thank all of our residents who have done their part, practicing pandemic precautions over the past year and getting vaccinated.”– ORLANDO MAYOR DYER
Public safety protocols include:
- Anyone showing COVID-19 symptoms will be required to stay at home.
- Unvaccinated attendees and staff are encouraged to wear a face-covering at the event.
- Safety messages will be broadcasted throughout the park’s sound system reminding people to wash and sanitize their hands frequently.
- Hand sanitizer stations will be installed around the park for the event.
- The event will be streamed virtually and via News 6 WKMG.
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Altamonte Springs recently canceled its annual Red, Hot, and Boom event in light of the pandemic.