The arrangement clarifies both festivals as global events which will attract"tens of thousands of thousands of attendees from a number of nations, such as several disproportionately affected by the global COVID-19 outbreak"
"If COVID-19 were discovered in the festivals, the extent and amount of attendees and also the essence of this place could allow it to be infeasible, if not impossible, to monitor individuals who might be put in danger," the order says.
The decision to cancel the events comes as Governor Gavin Newsom raised the nation's regional stay-at-home constraints that was in effect since December. He also cited a"flattening of the curve" at a digital reality conference on Monday, also said that the nation's hospitalization rate was down almost 20 percent in the previous two weeks.
"Everything which needs to be up is up, everything which needs to be down is down -- instance prices, positivity rates, hospitalizations, ICUs," Newsom said Monday.
This isn't the first time that the festivals have faced setbacks.
The 2021 variant would have happened on April 9-11 and 16-18.
The 2021 variant would have happened on April 23-25.
Both festivals have been managed by Goldenvoice.
Riverside County has up to now seen 271,910 confirmed instances of this coronavirus, together with 3,091 absolute deaths.
The organizers of those festivals couldn't be reached for comment.