Hide “Add event” button in calendar web part for read-only users

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On our modern sharepoint online site, we have a calendar web part. For visitors, i.e. read-only users, the "Add event" button is grayed out. For our visitors, we'd rather remove the "Add event" button instead of just disabling it.

Is there a way to remove this button for users who don't have access to actually create new events?

 

 

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