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FREDERICKSBURG, Va. (AP) — A Virginia city is already making plans for how to safely hold its annual Christmas parade during the coronavirus pandemic.
Instead of the usual format, Fredericksburg will host a “reverse parade,” with stationary floats and spectators who drive by, the Free Lance-Star reported Monday.
The set-up will be similar to a drive-through holiday lights display and will allow for spacing between parade entrants.
The theme is “Light up the Season,” and registration for float entrants starts this week.
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