NZ PM cancels his wedding, big reason revealed

New Zealand PM Jacinda Ardern said today, Sunday, that she has cancelled her marriage due to restrictions imposed to prevent the growing omicron infection in the country. Let me tell you all that masks have been made mandatory in New Zealand from today i.e. Sunday night and at the same time deposits are going to be banned. Moreover, only a limited number of people will be able to attend an event here. In fact, 9 cases of omicron were reported after a wedding in New Zealand and since then the risk of community spread has increased here. A family here returned to South Iceland by plane after attending a wedding ceremony from Auckland.

After this, the corona report of the family member and flight attendant came positive. In view of all this, a ban was announced in New Zealand. Under the new restrictions, 100 people are allowed to attend events such as bars restaurants and weddings. At the same time, if the vaccine is not parted at the venue, only 25 people can join. In addition, borders for foreigners in New Zealand have been closed since March 2020. Let me tell you that the Government has taken forward the decision to open the omicron cases. In New Zealand, about 94% of the population above 12 years of age has been vaccinated.

In addition, 56% of the population has also undergone booster doses. Ardern became New Zealand's youngest Prime Minister in 2017 and returned to power in October last year. Jacinda Ardern is going to marry her longtime friend Clark Gifford. However, now 40-year-old Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern has postponed her marriage. She got engaged to her boyfriend and TV host Gifford in 2019.

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