Towards evening, attention turns to the rising rate of infection with the coronavirus and what the nation’s biggest holiday will look like this year. From roaring fires to booze-fuelled family disputes, Boris Johnson was undoubtedly at odds when he announced the latest measures to tackle coronation.
The WHO official told the Guardian: “It’s far too early to think about Christmas, but if we want restrictions to be relaxed around Christmas, we need to implement what the government’s Scientific Advisory Group recommended three weeks ago,” he said. If you look at other countries, as Sage suggested three weeks ago, we have lived a relatively normal life and we can celebrate Christmas because that is what we wanted. Although the chances of a limited Christmas are slim, this is not the first time that a religious holiday has been celebrated during a pandemic.
During the month of fasting, Muslims participate in practically every break between fasting and prayer. The Ramadan tent project, which organizes community iftar, or night-time fasting, has put it online and offers free food, drinks and other services to Muslims and non-Muslims alike, as well as a variety of cultural activities.
In the US, the Council on American Islamic Relations encourages people to take and share photos highlighting the very unusual oaths for which we are grateful. Eid alone is a first, and we should be grateful that technology allows us to see and talk to our loved ones at the touch of a button, “writes Aisha Riaz in the Guardian.
I don’t think Christmas is ruined, but I think there are some people who need to adapt, so I can meet them, “Santa told PA news agency. The professional Santa, who is trained by the Fun Santa School, is confident people will tune in for Christmas if needed. Don’t panic, we’ve done it before with children who have been abroad or in hospital, and we just had to do it.
The fourth concert at the Capitol in Washington DC was broadcast to mark US Independence Day, the fourth in a series of concerts in the capital since the end of World War II.
It seems unlikely, if not unthinkable, but I cannot see how large households should be provided with a vaccine. I also showed a picture of a Christmas concert at the Capitol in Washington D.C., and it went on for half a century without Covid precautions. Until then, there is still a chance that we will be lucky and that the vaccine will be delivered in time for the festive season.