How People Celebrate New Year Around the World

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New Year means new vibrations of life, new hope, new possibilities. Naturally, people hope that the new year will be a year of corona-free and the world will return to normal life again, that is what everyone expects in the new year.

2020 will be history as a year of sorrow all over the world. The cursed year was a time of great excitement. Many people think that the picture of the impact on life and livelihood that people have seen throughout the year has not been witnessed in the last 100 years. The world before Covid-19 and the next will never be the same.

Countries around the world have welcomed thew year — 2021 with fireworks. There are some displays where crowds were only allowed. Some countries put lockdown and border closures to curb Covid-19. Therefore, New Year celebrations were held with restrictions as there are new spikes in coronavirus cases.
 

The Sydney fireworks display went ahead, but crowds weren’t allowed to gather on the city’s harbour to enjoy it, BBC reports.

Meanwhile, thousands of people gathered on the street to party in Wuhan, China, the place where the first case of Coronavirus first detected. But currently, there haven’t been any locally transmitted cases of the virus in Wuhan for months, BBC reported.

Many have termed this year as a disastrous year. Millions of people have already died in the Covid-19 pandemic. With that, more than a billion people have been affected and the economy has lost $10 trillion. Millions of people lost their jobs. More than 100 million children have not been able to attend school due to the Coronavirus epidemic.

 

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