How To Have Fun In Virginia This Summer While Social Distancing
The long, hot days of summer are now upon us. But the summer of 2020 won’t look the same as many that came before it.
Kids won’t be off to summer camp cramped in twin bunk beds, learning how to start a fire or smuggle candy in the cabin after hours. People won’t line the streets watching parades, stand in line for carnival games, or marvel at a firework show.
Instead, the limited number of people who are out on the street will be wearing masks and standing six-feet apart. The impact of the coronavirus has left its mark on nearly every activity and social gathering we have.
But that doesn’t mean summer is canceled.