The world says goodbye to 2020, marked by coronavirus pandemic, waiting for 2021 to be the year to end the disease that caused more than 1,800,000 deaths.
For that reason, the celebrations have been restricted in every way, but the hope generated by vaccines has at least revived the desire to say goodbye without any nostalgia to the past 365 days to trust in a recovery period that opens ahead.
Here the best photos and videos that come from all over the planet:
Kim Jong-un’s party in North Korea
The dictator mounted a mass celebration with your usual propaganda paraphernalia despite the restrictions adopted by the rest of the world due to the coronavirus pandemic.
Sydney hosted the traditional New Year’s Eve celebration with fireworks at the Harbor and the Opera.
Australia was one of the countries that best managed the coronavirus pandemic. However, the oceanic nation recently decided to strengthen sanitary measures to combat the disease, as six new infections were recorded in the city of Melbourne, who had been without infections for 61 days.
The country is characterized by its great celebrations and the images with fireworks from the port of Sydney and the Opera travel the world as it is one of the first nations to receive the new year by its time zone.
New Zealand welcomed the arrival of 2021 with fireworks from the Sky Tower in Auckland.
Sky Tower is a radio and television telecommunications and broadcast tower. Has 328 meters high and was inaugurated in 1997.
The Prime Minister of New Zealand, Jacinda Ardern, won re-election this year in large part thanks to his handling of the pandemic. In the oceanic country only 2,162 COVID-19 cases. His management earned him praise from different parts of the world.
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