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Instead, the TCF Center will become a field hospital for coronavirus cases, a new report said.

MICHIGAN — The 2020 North American International Auto Show in Detroit has been canceled, according to a new report. 

The Detroit Free Press reported Saturday that the Federal Emergency Management Administration chose the TCF Center to become a field hospital for COVID-19 cases for at least six months.

The show is one of the region’s most-attended events. It will reportedly resume in June 2021, the report said.

As of Saturday’s numbers released from the state, Detroit had 1,377 confirmed cases of coronavirus and a total of 30 deaths. 

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