E3, Anime Expo 2021 Going Virtual Amid Pandemic, LA Marathon Moving to Fall

There are some scheduling changes happening amid the pandemic.

Some big conventions and live events based in Los Angeles are reshuffling and reorganizing, according to Deadline, via a report from the Board of the Dept. of Convention and Tourism Development Commissioners, on Sunday (February 28).

The Electronic Entertainment Expo, known as E3, has backed away from plans to do a live convention, and will instead be going virtual. The E3 2020 show was canceled amid the pandemic last year. This will be the second year without a physical event.

The 2021 Anime Expo will also go virtual over the 4th of July instead of an in-person gathering.

BET’s music and events festival, The Experience, will not hold its live event at Los Angeles Community College. It will go forward with “scheduled awards and other events.”

The Los Angeles Marathon will delay to the fall.

Here’s what Dr. Fauci said about wearing masks, and how he sees the pandemic playing out amid the distribution of vaccines.

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