St. Patrick’s Day parades postponed in Yonkers and White Plains amid coronavirus outbreak

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Two Westchester cities have postponed their St. Patrick's Day parades amid the coronavirus outbreak.

Parade committee officials from Yonkers and White Plains say their celebrations will not go forward as planned.

Officials in Yonkers say the parade and event dinner are now set for Sept. 19.

The White Plains St. Patrick's Day Parade Committee says they will be meeting in the days ahead to discuss a future celebration.

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