The novel coronavirus continues to spread across the United States and the world, causing widespread fear and concern.
- Several key events in entertainment, sports and politics have been canceled, delayed or moved because of the ongoing crisis.
- Upcoming events will face a tough question. Health officials recommend social distancing. So should organizations cancel their conferences and events to stop the spread of the coronavirus?
- We’ve put together a running list of events that have been canceled since the outbreak began.
This story will be updated.
- The NBA season has been temporarily suspended.
- The NCAA canceled the NCAA Tournament.
- MLS season has been postponed.
- MLB delayed Opening Day by at least two weeks and canceled spring training.
- The NHL paused its season.
- US Soccer canceled all men’s and women’s soccer national team events for March and April.
- The Big 10 Tournament was canceled on Thursday.
- The SEC tournament has been canceled.
- The WAC canceled its basketball tournament.
- Six Nations and Women’s Six Nations rugby matches postponed.
- U.S. Ski and Snowboard canceled all remaining domestic events.
- Ireland canceled its St. Patrick’s Day parade.
- Boston canceled its St. Patrick’s Day parade.
- Manhattan postponed its St. Patrick’s Day parade.
- International Association for the Fantastic in the Arts canceled its festival.
- Facebook canceled its F8 developer conference.
- Qualtrics announced it would rescheduled its upcoming conference.
- Disney Parks closed Disneyland, Disney California Adventure.
- South by Southwest festival was canceled.
- Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival has been postponed until October.
- “The View” will be taped without an audience.
- “The Late Show with Stephen Colbert” will be filmed without an audience.
- “The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon” won’t have an audience.