The fourth of July is a very special day for the American people. Also known as Independence Day, this national holiday commemorates the declaration of independence of the American colonies on July 4, 1776. From that day forward, these colonies, that years later would constitute the United States of America that we know today, were no longer under the rule of the British king. The rest is history.
Every year this date is celebrated enthusiastically across the country. People gather their entire families for a barbecue and other fun activities. Local governments organize large fairs and fireworks shows. And sports fans can also enjoy watching their favorite teams competing. But in 2020, everything will necessarily be different.
We must not forget that we are facing a serious health crisis that has put the world in lockdown. This does not mean that we should not celebrate this important historic milestone. It only means that we must do so with all the precautions that the current circumstances demand.
Here’s what you should do to celebrate 4th of July safely!
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