New Year’s Eve festivities return in Times Square

New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio has announced that the large crowds that used to take part in the New Year’s Eve festivities in “Times Square” will be able to return to the famous plaza to celebrate the new year after the Covid-19 pandemic prevented them from doing so. so at the end of last year.

“Hundreds of thousands of people will come to celebrate, and we will finally be able to meet again,” the Democratic mayor said. “That would be great.”

But de Blasio explained that anyone who wants to take part in these festivities, which will start on the evening of December 31, will have to show “proof of receiving a vaccine” against Covid-19 in order to be allowed to enter the arena. .

He added that the only exception to the requirement for a vaccination certificate will be for children under the age of five and for people whose medical reason prevents them from receiving the vaccine, noting that these will have to present a negative test result for Covid. -19 which does not exceed 72 hours.

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