New Zealand PM Cancels Wedding: Cases of corona infection are increasing in New Zealand. Meanwhile, the country’s Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern has canceled her marriage. Prime Minister Jacinda was forced to cancel her marriage due to Kovid restrictions after the cases of Omicron variant increased in the country. New Zealand’s Prime Minister Jacinda, while implementing the new Kovid restrictions, has announced that she will not be married for the time being. After the decision to cancel the marriage, she said that I am no different from anyone and she has also joined the people facing such problems due to the epidemic.
New Zealand PM cancels his marriage
New Zealand’s PM Ardern and long-time partner Clark Gayford were yet to announce their wedding date but were believed to be getting married in the next few weeks. PM Ardern said “I am no different from the thousands of New Zealanders who have felt the devastating effects of the pandemic, the most severe of which is the inability to be with a loved one at times when they become seriously ill. I I feel sad
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New restrictions apply in New Zealand
Let us inform that after 9 people of the same family who went to Auckland to attend the wedding ceremony in New Zealand, it has been decided to impose new Kovid-19 restrictions after being found infected with the Omicron variant of the corona virus. New Zealand were forced to lift their ‘red setting’ ban from midnight on Sunday. In New Zealand, now only 100 people have been allowed to attend any function, even those who have been fully vaccinated will be able to participate. The same has been said to limit the number of crowds. Along with this, wearing masks has now been made mandatory in public transport and shops. There have been 15,104 Kovid-19 cases in New Zealand and 52 deaths have been recorded since the start of the epidemic.
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