We've heard it called a "patchwork" solution to the COVID-19 crisis, as different states attempt to control the virus in different ways. As states slowly open up, different rules everywhere mean some areas are able to attempt pre-quarantine activities.
Health authorities in Oklahoma allowed for a traditional, in-person graduation ceremony with 600 people in attendance. The ceremony at Community Christian School in Norman was packed with hundreds of family and friends. The commencement was sanctioned by local health authorities, and masks were optional.
Down in Florida, SeaWorld’s roller coasters have reopened in a test to see if masks will stay on. And Disney World reopened their Disney Springs Park (formerly known as Downtown Disney) to guests this week, with a mask mandate and social distancing rules in place.