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The onset of corona virus infection started in the last days of 2019 from Wuhan city of China, but in 2020 it created havoc in the world. Countries all over the world had to implement lockdowns to prevent the spread of this deadly virus. This did not control the epidemic very much, but due to the stagnation of economic activities, millions of people worldwide became unemployed.
New year celebration faded in Australia
Australia is one of the countries where New Year 2021 has knocked first. Every time Australia welcomes New Year with full enthusiasm and enthusiasm, this time due to the epidemic, it is disheartened and did not show up here as before in the New Year celebration. The same condition is almost the whole world. People are disheartened by the increase in infection cases in the country’s most populous states, New South Wales and Victoria. Fireworks on Sydney’s Harbor Bridge also faded this time, and most people saw it on television.
Sydney is the most populous city in Australia, which has been largely depressed by the Corona virus on New Year’s Eve. Melbourne, the country’s second most populous city, has canceled the fireworks show. Melbourne Mayor Sally Cap said, “For the first time in many years, we have decided to cancel the fireworks.” In contrast, the city of Perth is immersed in the New Year celebrations as every time, since there has not been a community spread of the virus since April.
New Year welcomed with great pomp in New Zealand
There is no case of Corona virus infection in New Zealand a few hours ahead of the New Year reception, and the New Year was celebrated just like every time. At the same time, a small event with limited people is being held in the Chinese capital Beijing, which is considered responsible for the spread of the epidemic worldwide.
Taiwan also has preparations to celebrate the new year in a limited way. At the same time, fireworks programs in Hong Kong have been canceled due to Corona virus. The epidemic in Japan has also caused disappointment and people here will celebrate the New Year by staying indoors. In South Korea, the Seoul administration has canceled its Ghantanad program on New Year’s Eve.
In India too, due to restrictions, most people will welcome the new year by staying in their homes. Hotels in cities like New Delhi, Mumbai and Chennai have been ordered to close at 11 pm. People gathering in Sri Lanka has been banned and officials have warned that if restaurants and hotels organize a party on the occasion of the New Year, legal action will be taken against them.