In pictures: New Year’s celebrations amid Covid-19

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As pandemic restrictions restrict crowds in Sydney, Auckland, Cape Town, Mumbai, London, Moscow, New York, Rio De Janeiro and different main cities throughout the planet, few nations the world over have began welcoming the a lot awaited 2021.

Due to its proximity to the International Date Line, Australia, New Zealand and different island nations in Oceania have been the primary to welcome 2021. The fireworks of the enduring Sydney harbor bridge have been watched by most on tv as New South Wales and Victoria fought new Covid-19 outbreaks.

Fireworks erupting over Sydney’s iconic Harbour Bridge throughout the fireworks present on January 1, 2021.
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Fireworks are launched from the Sky Tower to mark the changing of the year on New Year's eve in Auckland, New Zealand.

Fireworks are launched from the Sky Tower to mark the altering of the 12 months on New Year’s eve in Auckland, New Zealand.
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New Zealand, which is among the many few nations to be recommended for its dealing with of Covid-19, welcomed the New Year with fireworks however authorities suggested individuals to make sure they comply with Covid-19 preventative measures.

People watch a light show, as the traditional New Year's Eve fireworks are cancelled due to the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) outbreak, at Marina Bay in Singapore.

People watch a lightweight present, as the standard New Year’s Eve fireworks are cancelled because of the coronavirus illness (COVID-19) outbreak, at Marina Bay in Singapore.
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Singapore’s Marina Bay won’t show any fireworks this 12 months as a consequence of Covid-19. Revellers, who’ve been strictly suggested to have a good time at house or comply with Covid-19 rules strictly, needed to make do with a lightweight present.

Indian cities have applied restrictions and have positioned curbs on public celebrations.

Paramilitary forces conduct flag march at deserted Connaught Place, New Delhi.

Paramilitary forces conduct flag march at abandoned Connaught Place, New Delhi.
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