August 5, 2021

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In New Zealand, a concert of 20,000 people without masks or social distances

This is the first major event since the onset of the health crisis. What are the best days to predict? Not if we do not take into account the exemplary administration of the epidemic by the New Zealanders.

Pictures we are no longer accustomed to. A pressing desire to do the same. Held on Saturday, January 16, in the city of Whitangki in northern New Zealand, the biggest concert since the beginning of the health crisis, brought together people from all over the world. Organized on a sports field, the event drew 20,000 people to the forest in front of them River 60. After their international concerts were canceled due to the epidemic, the country’s most popular band began their national summer tour. Media reports Metro . Five more dates are planned for Hastings, New Plymouth, Christchurch, Wellington and Hamilton.

“Being here and being able to meet, when not possible by other parts of the world, makes us appreciate the success of our country and the good fortune we have had in managing the temple.”, Said band singer Matthew Walters Northern Lawyer . Without masks or social distance, participants were able to hug in their spare time and interact with Walters during the event. In the cultural world, in France, the gestures that shock us are painful.

Well-deserved freedom

Fresh air breathing is particularly illustrated by the well-managed administration of the health crisis, which is the second longest absence of unlisted cases after two months of covid spread in a country not recorded. Until August 2020. Since the outbreak, 2,246 infections have been diagnosed and 25 people have died. As of January 15, there were 76 active cases of the virus in New Zealand. While a test and fourteen days of isolation is mandatory for anyone seeking to reach Kiwi Island, the country’s borders are open today.

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In early March, the country issued a national seven-week curfew, although no deaths were reported in the area. Borders were strictly closed to non-citizens, and traveling nationals were deported and duly checked. If positive, they were subjected to a period of isolation. An effective policy is that from October 7, 5 million New Zealanders will no longer be forced to wear masks. Since November 19, the city of Auckland, located on the North Island, has again forced its port into public transport.