The Christian New Year begins, with colorful fireworks in Sydney

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Mahendrakshan of the festival has come amid fears of corona infection, especially the spread of ammonia. The world is waiting for the new year to be celebrated with the departure of the old year. Residents of Sydney, Australia have already welcomed the year 2022 with colorful fireworks. The sky of Sydney Harbor was filled with colorful lights on New Year’s Eve. Sydney is the first city in the world to welcome the new year.

However, there were no plans to celebrate the New Year in Auckland, the capital of New Zealand, for fear of the spread of the highly contagious type of corona. Fireworks were not seen in the sky of Auckland like every time.


Every year, in addition to the fireworks, the Sydney Opera House is adorned with colorful decorations. This time too the installation was painted in different colors. At the start of the new year, the traditional fireworks display at the port of Sydney caught everyone’s eye. In the first moments of the new year, the sky of Melbourne was also colored with colorful fireworks.
However, the New Year’s Eve celebrations at iconic installations in various cities around the world, including Big Ben in London, the United Kingdom, and the Petronas Twin Towers in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, have been limited or canceled due to fears of a micron infection. New Year

Meanwhile, the New Year’s countdown is being held in Times Square in New York, USA. However, public gatherings will be limited to this event. City officials have requested that those who attend attendance be required to comply with social norms and to carry a coroner’s ticker certificate. New Year’s Eve and New Year’s Eve have been celebrated in Times Square since 1904.

While Australia is happy to celebrate the New Year, events have been limited to Asian countries. In South Korea, the ringing of the bell at midnight has been canceled. The country has two weeks of strict restrictions on corona infection control. Japanese Prime Minister Fumio Kishida has called on the country’s people to wear masks and restrict ceremonies.

Amicron infection was first identified in South Africa. The country has heard great good news before the start of the new year. In South Africa, no one has died of amyotrophic lateral sclerosis. With this news, the government of the country has announced to overcome the wave of a micron. As a result, the year 2022 has brought new hope to the people of South Africa.

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