Kentucky Derby Will Allow Fans to Attend Rescheduled Race in September
Take your best hat and a matching mask, because 2020 Kentucky Derby Now the audience will allow.
Churchill Downs announced the decision on Thursday and said “strict guidelines” would be implemented in response to ongoing concerns about the coronovirus epidemic. Following its postponement in May following the outbreak, this year’s “Run for the Roses” will take place on Saturday September 5, 2020.
“Our team is committed to holding the very best Kentucky Derby, and we will take all necessary steps to protect the health and safety of all who participate and participate in the derby,” Churchill Downs Racketrack President Kevin flannery Said in a statement.
To further curb the proliferation of COVID-19, Churchill Downs said it has teamed up with state and local authorities, as well as public health experts, to “take precautionary measures to” protect “its customers, employees and communities. “Worked setting up. We can do it responsibly. “