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Peacemaker's Los Angeles premiere 'cancelled out of an abundance of caution' as COVID cases surge

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Another movie premiere has been called off due to COVID-19.The upcoming Los Angeles premiere of Peacemaker has been cancelled by HBO Max as COVID-19 cases continue to surge in the city, according to Deadline.Cases have been rising at a dramatic rate in the West Coast city as of late, but the decision to cancel the event was made prior to the holidays, reports the site.

Another COVID cancellation:The upcoming Los Angeles premiere of Peacemaker has been cancelled as COVID-19 cases continue to surge in the cityThe decision was made out of an abundance of caution amid surging COVID cases.The Peacemaker premiere is just the latest event to be scraped on account of the virus.

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