Enfield cancels 4th of July celebration due to coronavirus

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ENFIELD, Conn. (WTNH) — Even though it’s still three months away, the town of Enfield is making the call to cancel its annual Fourth of July celebration.

Committee members say they met with others to see how the pandemic would affect the celebration. They say what they were told led them to cancel this year.

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Organizers plan for the celebration to return in 2021.

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