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Experts report 35,200 new cases of random fireworks tents spreading across U.S.

Nashville, TN - Experts report there have been 35,200 new cases of random fireworks tents spreading across the U.S. since the beginning of June.

It is unclear how the tents are reproducing, but studies show them flourishing in abandoned strip malls, Walmart parking lots, and empty fields.

Officials say they don't pose a real threat to humans if you keep your distance.

"If you keep driving past and don't get sucked in by the "Buy One, Get One" signs, there are zero risks of bodily or financial harm," said one specialist.

Experts say the tent outbreak is expected to peak on Saturday, then exponential decline on Sunday and Monday.

This is the largest spike since July 2019.

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