Celebrating Christmas and New Year can be dangerous

New Delhi: The new corona variant Omicron has added to everyone's problems around the world. While Omicron has caused its first death in the US, the variant has claimed 12 lives in the UK so far. Meanwhile, the problems of governments over Christmas and New Year parties are now on the rise. The Netherlands has already imposed a lockdown in its country till January 14. Schools, colleges, museums, pubs, discotheques, and restaurants will remain completely closed here. On the other hand, the US and UK governments may now impose partial lockdowns in view of the rush on Christmas and New Year.

While Britain currently makes it mandatory to show vaccination certificates before going to nightclubs and parties, Israel has banned travel from today by putting 10 countries, including the US, Canada, and Germany, on a no-fly list. The French government has completely banned fireworks on Christmas and New Year so that people do not gather. Ireland has also issued an order to stop entry to pubs and bars in its country after 8 pm.

Omicron is now spreading its legs rapidly in many parts of India. Six new omicron cases have been found in the country on Monday, after which the cases of omicron-infected people have now increased to 171. Above all, omicron cases are now being reported continuously in Delhi, while Delhi has also reported more than 100 corona cases in a day for the first time in six months. The Maharashtra government has issued guidelines to ban Christmas and New Year parties. Experts have been repeatedly warning that the third wave of corona could hit India. First warning IIT Kanpur said that the third wave of corona may occur in January and February.

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