New Year’s Eve Fireworks Display On London’s Famous River River Has Been Canceled For A Second Year Due To Corona.
Fireworks on New Year’s Eve were canceled last year due to Corona’s worst situation and lockdown, but this time the event has been canceled despite Corona’s improvement and Lockdown ending.
A statement from London Mayor Sadiq Khan’s office said that fireworks would not be displayed on the banks of the River Thames this year due to the uncertainty surrounding the Corona epidemic. However, other New Year celebrations will be held in London.
More than a million people line up for bricks and watch the sky glow in colorful lights on New Year’s Eve.
At the beginning of 2021, people celebrated the New Year by watching light shows on their television screens.
A spokesman for the mayor of London says the New Year’s show was a little different last year due to epidemics, and this year a number of exciting new options will be part of the New Year’s celebrations.
“As always, London will welcome the new year in a grand manner,” the statement from City Hall added. There will still be a celebration in Trafalgar Square, details will be announced in due course.
Last year, New Year’s Eve celebrations around the world were canceled due to the Corona epidemic. Public participation in events that took place was prohibited or restricted.