Chris Krasovich, who is turning 50 on Dec. 27, planned to visit New York City, her “favorite American city,” to celebrate. While in from Wisconsin, she planned to see one ortwo musical theater shows per day.
“The shows are why I visit,” she said, noting the trip would be all about Broadway. “But seeing news that ‘Moulin Rouge,’ ‘Jagged Little Pill,’ and ‘Hamilton’ are all dark because of COVID, I just don’t feel like I can risk making the trip.”
She continued that she is “truly heartbroken” but can’t wrap her head around the idea of going to New York without access to Broadway shows. “What a mess we are all in.”
Josh Felser, from Marin County, California, canceled a trip, too. “Most of my friends either have COVID or are quarantining because their partners have COVID and so (they) aren’t available,” Felser told USA TODAY, noting some restaurants are beginning to close with staff becoming ill.
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