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New Year’s Eve fireworks in London have been canceled for the second year in a row.

London’s world-famous New Year’s Eve fireworks display at the Thames has been canceled for a second year due to the quake, the city’s mayor has announced.

Despite the lack of any potential risk of lockdown, the event has been rescheduled “due to the uncertainty caused by the Cove 19 epidemic.”

London Mayor’s Spokesman Sadiq Khan said: “As always, London will welcome the new year in a wonderful way.

Due to the uncertainty caused by the Cove 19 epidemic, there will be no exhibition on the banks of the Thames this year on the occasion of our world-famous New Year.

“Last year’s successful show was a little different due to epidemics, and this year many exciting new options are being considered as part of our New Year’s celebrations in London.”

Typically, more than 12,000 fireworks are used for the display, which was. Also canceled last year In light of the strict lockdown measures during festivals in England.

Alternative New Year’s Eve plans have not yet been announced, with the mayor’s office promising to announce more details in due course.

London welcomes 2021 Lighting and fireworks display at the Thames, Which included 300 drones taking pictures in the sky above O2 Arena, one of which showed the NHS logo in the heart while one child said: “Thank you NHS Heroes.”

About 100,000 people attend the display around the Victoria Bridge each year, which began in December 1999, with an additional 12 million viewers watching it on television.

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