Good news for New Yorkers and visitors to the Big Apple. Times Square will once again be filled this year for the New Year celebrations. Proof of full vaccination against Covid-19 will be required, and anyone who cannot be vaccinated due to medical problems will be required to submit a test with a negative result. This was announced by the mayor of the Big Apple, Bill de Blasio.
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by Gabriele Romagnoli
“We are proud to announce that the wonderful celebrations in Times Square, the ball drop, everything, will return to full power as we like it, “said de Blasio during a virtual briefing.” Hundreds of people there to celebrate. We can finally get back together. It will be formidable, “added the mayor. The vaccination certificate will be required from all viewers aged 5 and over, said Tom Harris, president of the Times Square Alliance. Last year, in the height of the pandemic, the New Year celebrations in New York had been held without crowds: the event, in which Jennifer Lopez had also performed, had taken place in front of small groups of essential workers.
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