Chick-fil-A has postponed its yearly Cow evaluation Day -- whereby customers are rewarded with complimentary food for dressing up like a cow -- following a recent surge in coronavirus situations in states around the nation.

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The fast-food chain, which generally holds its yearly customer evaluation day every July 14 in honor of that is bovine mascot, decided to break heritage this year to protect the health and also safety that its guests and also employees.

However, the fast-food behemoth is still encouraging client to celebrate at home.

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"We do this decision with the communities we offer in mind, maintaining safe service as our highest priority at this time," Chick-fil-A announced on its website. "Until we have the right to gather again in person and also celebrate ours Cows, us have produced a few fun methods to save the soul of Cow appreciation Day lively this summer."


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In the meantime, customers are motivated to head to the company's cow-themed Pinterest board that's filled with printable activities from bingo to drawing exercises.

The news comes as states approximately the country continue to check out a increase in coronavirus cases, prompting local governments to roll ago or pause reopening plans.

As the Tuesday, there are an ext than 3.3 million confirmed situations in the U.S., follow to data indigenous Johns Hopkins University.

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The fast-food chain has actually held Cow appreciation Day because 2005. A postponement day has not yet to be set, however, Chick-Fil-A promised to upgrade customers in the comes months.

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