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Labor Day parade in downtown St. Louis cancelled due to ongoing pandemic | St. Louis News Headlines – St. Louis, Missouri

St. Louis, Missouri 2021-08-05 14:24:00 –

NS. LOUIS (KMOV.com)-The annual Labor Day parade in downtown St. Louis has been cancelled.

According to the St. Louis Labor Council, they canceled the parade due to growing concerns about the pandemic and delta mutants of COVID-19.

The parade was scheduled to take place on September 6th in downtown St. Louis. The 2020 parade was also canceled due to a pandemic.

“This situation could have been avoided, but many in our community continue to refuse vaccinations. Vaccinations work. Over 95% of the people in our hospital Unvaccinated and more than 99% of COVID deaths are unvaccinated people. ” Pat White, Chairman of the St. Louis Labor Council.

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