Yosemite National Park has closed 91 tent cabins due to an outbreak of Hantavirus. The closure couldn't come at a worse time.
Yosemite is expecting over 75,000 people to visit over the holiday weekend. Park officials say there have been some cancellations due to the recent outbreak.
Six people have now become sick with the Hantavirus. Two of those people died.
The 91 tent cabins that are closed are being retrofitted to make it harder for mice to get in. Park rangers have not said when they'll re-open the cabins.
All of the people that were told they can no longer stay at Curry Village were given other options. Some were given rooms at Yosemite Lodge at the park's expense.