Florence, South Carolina 2020-11-22 13:48:05 –
Columbia, South Carolina (AP) — Maybe it’s raining, and the annual lighting of the South Carolina Christmas tree is moving inside the State Capitol.
Due to COVID-19, the general public cannot participate directly.
The ceremony begins Sunday at 5:30 pm and will be broadcast and broadcast online by South Carolina Educational Television.
The Governor usually illuminates the Christmas tree in front of the Capitol from the Capitol stairs, with hundreds of spectators and a few choirs and other performers.
However, COVID-19 has already reduced attendance, with a 30% chance of raining, and the ceremony was sent to the lobby on the second floor of the State Capitol.
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