"CDC, in accordance with its guidance for large events and mass gatherings, recommends that for the next 8 weeks, organizers (whether groups or individuals) cancel or postpone in-person events that consist of 50 people or more throughout the United States" https://t.co/Qo23sCqxbM
Hi, my wedding is August 2020 in Seattle, where we are under heavy regulations.
The venue for my wedding is saying in June we will decide if we need to reschedule / postpone.
Given how much of the wedding guest list requires travel, it is highly possible that timeline of June to August creates issues for people to fly or that people won’t feel comfortable coming regardless.
What are people’s thoughts of expectations with the photographer in this situation? Is it reasonable to expect him being willing to reschedule if we pick a mutually available date?
Usually while not contractually obligated, all of the photographers I know have been willing to transfer over the deposit to a new mutually agreeable date as a matter of good business and good customer service.
We successfully rescheduled 12 weddings this week.
With the ban on large gatherings likely to last through midsummer, I wouldn't be surprised. At the same time, I don't think they're going to cancel it forever. It'll probably just be postponed until it's safer, and there's really no timeline on that.
I think it should be postponed, and I feel it's imminent, but forgive me (deep breath) -- am I the only one who's pretty upset at the festival for not offering *some* kind of communication to this point?
Just any sort of statement whatsoever to the effect that they're working with local officials, etc. -- doesn't have to be a postponement or cancellation at all, it just irks me to see social media posts going up as usual (read the comments!) in the last couple days or so.
Frankly, the silence is somewhat deafening! I'm sure they're working on it, I'm just bummed out. Hell, can't Matt pop on his IG Stories and say .... something?? Anything?? I assume the band works closely with the organizers, of course. IDK, maybe taking it too far (lay my head on the hood of your car) but ... some clarity would nnice!
If a 2 week lockdown starts tonight/tomorrow, everything will be reopened by the BW release date. They could keep the date for now and hope people being cooped up for 2 weeks would make more people go out to the movies when it reopens
Well my landscaping job just told us the season is postponed. I’m on unemployment right now but am I really supposed to find a new job when everyone is being sent home? I used to be an EMT and I would go to my local hospital to help but that license expired years ago.
So, I'm in the same boat as a lot of you, this is my full-time job and I need it to survive. Failure is not an option. A few things we're doing to keep moving forward; To even out the cash flow, we break payments into 3 or 4 for the couple as opposed to the traditional 50/50. This give us a better cash flow year-round. Secondly, we're not calling it a cancellation, it's a postponement. Let's find a new date in the late summer or fall that works. If the date is important, let's arrange an elopement & share the pics with your family & guests. Finally, communicate with your couples, be upfront and let them know you care and that you'll work with them. They're scared too. Beat of luck to you all!
Can’t tell you how many “Ventilator allocation during large-scale pandemics, AKA “You’re not getting a ventilator” discussions I have had with: 88 year-old mother who still wants to go to the grocery store, disabled sister who refuses to postpone elecive surgery, 60 year-old husband who thinks social isolation means we can still go to yoga class /Home Depot. I’m 58 and won’t get a ventilator either (and wouldn’t want one if younger/healthier people need them). We must shift our thinking from “what’s best for me” to “what’s best for the many.” If not for our families and neighbors, then for the health care workers, EMS, police, fire fighters, retail workers, etc... who are risking their lives to go to work during this pandemic. It’s the very least we can do to help keep them alive and to help prevent the hospitals from becoming overwhelmed.
What's interesting (leaving the other world-wide implications aside for a moment) is that this will further increase the time gap between Endgame/FFH and Black Widow, further cementing the separation between the Infinity Saga and everything after.
As much as I love the movie going experience, and love going to see the next MCU movie, Black Widow seems like the perfect movie to do a trial run on with a Disney + package. Like, if you pay $XX.xx, you are able to rent it and view it from your home. Like a pay per view sports event.
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