WASHINGTON (WJZ) — The annual Pride celebration in Washington, D.C., will look different again this year due to COVID-19.

Organizers said this week they’re working to “create unique and inspiring opportunities this Pride month in place of our usual festivities.” The event is normally held in June.

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Besides the summer event, organizers said they’re looking to work with the city to possibly hold some celebrations in October.

Details of the 2021 Pride celebration in Baltimore have not yet been announced.

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