L'annuale Philly Naked Bike Ride è ufficialmente programmato per agosto. 28, dicono gli organizzatori. La corsa dallo spirito libero - che incoraggia la nudità ed è stata etichettata come una “nudo come osi” event – will require masks based on the city’s earlier coronavirus restrizioni.
This year’s event is being called: “The Mask Edition,” according to promotions posted on social media.
La settimana scorsa, Philadelphia officially lifted most of its COVID-19 rules, including limits on capacity and social distancing requirements for businesses and events.
Organizers of the ride said they have yet to discuss the recent changes in the city’s coronavirus guidelines, so they are “going to stick with our initial mask guidance.”
Lead organizer Wesley Noonan-Sessa noted they’ll wait to hear what the city says in the coming weeks.
The annual event typically sees people gather at a local park to disrobe and paint their bodies before saddling up with thousands of riders on a 10-mile course throughout the city. Riders normally take in sights that including Independence Hall and the Liberty Bell.