Covid Live Updates: N.Y.C. Macy’s Day Parade Returns for Thanksgiving

Covid Live Updates: N.Y.C. Macy’s Day Parade Returns for Thanksgiving

Covid Live Updates:Floats and Dancing Return to N.Y.C. for Macy’s Thanksgiving Parade The event is back in all its glory after a pared down version last year because of the pandemic. In Europe, regulators approve the Pfizer vaccine for children ages 5 to 11. A giant, animatronic turkey is once again waddling down Central Park West at the head of the Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade, which returned on Thursday in its full, helium-filled glory. Last holiday, the coronavirus forced officials to order a one-block long, nearly crowd-free version of the parade, which typically runs from 77th Street on the Upper West Side to Herald Square in Midtown Manhattan. The parade, which began in 1924 and is in its 95th iteration, has been canceled rarely, including during World War II. Thanksgiving …
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