NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) — The coronavirus pandemic is changing how this year’s Sept. 11 ceremony is held in Lower Manhattan.

On the 19th anniversary of the terrorist attacks, family members will not read the names of their loved ones who were lost.

READ MORE: NYPD: Suspect Stole $50,000 From 89-Year-Old Man During Queens Home Invasion

Instead, the ceremony will play a recording of a past name reading.

READ MORE: New Pop-Up COVID Vaccination Sites Open Across New York, Signs Of Normalcy Returning To City

RELATED STORY: Mets, Yankees Release 2021 Schedule, Highlighted By Matchup On 20th Anniversary Of 9/11

MORE NEWS: Brooklyn Couple Hospitalized After Stabbing In Bushwick, Police Investigating

The National September 11 Memorial and Museum says it’s out of an abundance of caution, and they still plan to gather on the Memorial Plaza while adhering to city and state guidelines for social distancing and public gatherings.