The city’s mayor has announced that London’s world-famous New Year’s Eve fireworks display has been canceled for the second year on the Thames due to Kovid.
Despite the imminent threat of a lockdown, the event has been halted due to “uncertainty caused by the Kovid-19 epidemic.”
London Mayor spokesman Sadiq Khan said: “This year, as usual, London welcomes the New Year in a wonderful way.
“Given the uncertainty caused by the Kovid-19 epidemic, our world-famous New Year’s Eve show will not take place on the Thames this year.
“Last year’s successful show took place in a slightly different way due to the epidemic, and this year there are several exciting new options to be considered as part of our New Year’s celebration in London.”
Typically, more than 12,000 fireworks are used for the show, that is Also canceled last year In light of the strict lockdown measures introduced during the festive season in England.
Alternative plans to celebrate the new year have not yet been revealed, with the mayor’s office promising to announce more details in due time.
Welcome to London in 2021 Light and fireworks display in the ThamesThe 300 drones on the O2 Arena include pictures in the sky, showing the NHS logo in one heart but the child said: “Thanks NHS Heroes.”
Approximately 100,000 people attend a show around the shore of Victoria every year, which debuted in December 1999, with 12 million viewed on television.