In the midst of a viral epidemic, many long-term events go viral

By Greg Herst August 30, 2021.

During the days of Longmire, many people gather in Buffalo Park in the city center. (File)

CASPER, citing the growing number of COVID-19 cases in Wyo.

The September 2-5 holiday program is available online.

“However, due to the increase in local Covidy-19 cases, we are unable to use certain locations and provide different opportunities for planned physical events, so we have shifted these events as much as possible online,” states the event website states.

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Online events are available for purchase a few days before the event, and they are all archived for later viewing.

For each individual event, the ticket holder will be required to wear a mask that fits well, the organizers said. Anyone without a mask will be asked to leave the event and no return will be made.

He encouraged the organizers to “get their bullets”, wear masks in public, and “act responsibly” for the benefit of the audience.

These measures are described as “not trying to increase the weight of an already overcrowded municipality in Buffalo.”

This will be the 10th anniversary of Craig Johnson’s “Absoroka County” attorney, but he has successfully changed the “Longmire Days 9.5” by successfully saving our ten-year celebration with our friends. And unlimited. ”

“We are grateful that we are doing this to protect our fans and our community at this time when we can all come together in a Western tradition,” the event’s website said.

Oil City News has reached editors to ensure that the Oil Events page reflects all changes.

The Wyoming Department of Health provides online information on COVID-19 cases, alternatives, deaths, diagnoses, hospitalizations, and immunizations. The department also shares information on how to interpret the information. Covide-19 safety tips are available from CDC.

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