January 17, 2022

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Australia and New Zealand, the first countries to welcome the New Year 2022 | International | News

Learn about cities that welcome the New Year in different parts of the world and how they are celebrated.

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Citizens of the island of Kiribati, in the South Pacific The first recipients of 2022, Following the inhabitants of Tokelau, joined New Zealand and Samoa.

More than 110,000 people from Kiribati arrived at 10.00 GMT on January 1st and December 31st, followed by the New Year’s twelve o’clock. Tokelau, Samoa and other Pacific countries.

The island nations reach 2022 Less susceptible to infection Thanks to its geographical location, Kovit-19 is more vulnerable than any other country, although the risks of climate crisis and rising sea levels threaten its survival.

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Auckland GMT will be the first major city in the world to receive the New Year on December 31 at 11.00, however this year was Mass celebrations canceled And crackers due to infection.

New Year’s Eve lived in Sydney, Australia. Photo: EFE / EPA / Dean Lewins out of Australia and New Zealand

The New Year will enter most parts Australian Territory 13.00 GMT.

Unlike with New ZealandAustralian officials have been maintaining traditional fireworks displays, which will take place at the iconic Opera House in Sydney Harbor.

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Singapore, December 31, 2022. Photo: Roslan Rahman / AFP

Then Japan and South Korea, Southeast Asian countries have restrictions due to epidemic in the last minutes of 2021 Cancel the meeting Firecrackers in Thailand, Vietnam and Singapore.

Despite that Burma, Cambodia, Laos, Thailand and Vietnam They get their New Year on different dates, according to the Gregorian calendar, especially in the big cities. (I)

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