The novel coronavirus continues to spread in the U.S., with more than 1,300 people sickened and 42 dead. Cities and states are restricting large gatherings of people, and even presidential hopefuls are canceling rallies. Here is a list of events and destinations that have been affected by the outbreak. Music FestivalsCoachella and StagecoachOrganizers of the annual music festival have pushed it back by six months at the direction of health authorities. Goldenvoice announced the rescheduling of the 2020 music festival in an Instagram post Wednesday. Coachella will now take place over two weekends in October: October 9 to 11 and October 16 to 18. Its sibling festival Stagecoach, which highlights country music, will take place October 23 to 25. Following the announcement, headlining act Dan + Shay took to Twitter to announce that they would not be able to make the rescheduled dates due to their planned tour. Coachella draws up to a quarter-million people to Indio, California, every year. This year’s lineup is set to include Frank Ocean, Rage Against the Machine, Travis Scott, Lana Del Rey and Thom Yorke. South by SouthwestAustin mayor Steve Adler cancelled South by Southwest, the preeminent film, music and media conference that was set to begin in


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