New Year’s Eve in times of the coronavirus

New Year’s Eve in times of the coronavirus

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2020 has tur­ned our lives up­si­de down. Many are all the hap­pier to put this year be­hind them and start with re­ne­wed hope for an end to Co­ro­na in 2021.

For many peop­le, New Year’s Eve ce­le­bra­ti­ons were dif­fe­rent than usu­al. Due to the on­go­ing lock­down and the cur­few, lar­ger par­ties were for­bid­den and peop­le ce­le­bra­ted in the in­ner cir­cle of their own fa­mi­ly. So the evening could be spent with walks, long con­ver­sa­ti­ons and board ga­mes, be­fo­re it was time at 12 o’clock and the turn of the year was ce­le­bra­ted with a small fire­works from the lef­tovers of pre­vious years.

So, loo­king back, it was the quie­test New Year’s Eve I’ve had so far, but by no me­ans worse than the pre­vious ones, be­cau­se it brought my fa­mi­ly and me to deep con­ver­sa­ti­ons for qui­te some time and ever­yo­ne could clear­ly feel the sup­port that the own fa­mi­ly gives.

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