CHICAGO (CBS) — The Metropolis of Chicago unexpectedly dyed the Chicago River inexperienced Saturday morning as a part of its long-standing custom to have a good time St. Patrick’s Day.
The occasion came about sooner than normal and was not publicized to be able to stop gathering and the unfold of COVID-19, metropolis officers mentioned.
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The Riverwalk can even be closed on Saturday to stop gathering.
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As is custom, the Chicago Plumbers Union Native 130 dyed the river vibrant inexperienced. The dyeing of the river dates again to 1962.
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There might be no St. Patrick’s Day Parade this 12 months.