Broadway theaters will remain closed until January 2021.
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The entertainment industry is on pause, but slowly beginning to start up again, as the world battles the ongoing coronavirus pandemic. Globally, there are over 18.1 million confirmed cases of the coronavirus, identified as COVID-19. In the United States, that number has risen to over 4.7 million over the past six months. In an effort to prevent spreading the virus, many concerts, festivals, film and TV shoots, and other events have been canceled, rescheduled, or modified. No Instagram influencers are taking a trip to Love Island this year, as ITV canceled the summer 2020 season. Highly anticipated tours — including Taylor Swift’s Lover Fest, Harry Styles’s Love on Tour, and all of Billie Eilish’s 2020 dates — are being pushed back, as are festivals such as Coachella, Stagecoach, and Lollapalooza. And the Summer Olympics was canceled for the first time since World War II.

However, good news for the industry is beginning to emerge, as film and television production was allowed to resume in California on June 12, as well as in New York City on July 20. Disney Parks have reopened, and socially distant concerts are starting to become a thing. Broadway theaters, though, will continue to remain closed until the end of the year. Here are all the ways the virus has affected the industry.

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