Nashville, FL - According to reports, the number of Dos de Mayo celebrations across the country is way down this year due to the coronavirus outbreak. Some data suggests festivities may even reach an all-time low.
"Americans are just being smarter and more cautious about how they celebrate," said lead researcher for the independent study, Marcus Carmen. "There will be a time to recognize this special day, but it's not today."
Carmen said they have seen an uptick in the number of Dos de Mayo Zoom parties, but most people surveyed say they plan to observe the day with a low key night at home with family.
Overall, Dos de Mayo celebrations are expected to be down by nearly 75 percent.
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