No, we’re not jealous …
… although it’s a bit tricky in this scene.
Tens of thousands of people celebrate without masks, with no minimum distance, but with a loud voice.
People still dream about it in this country, it has returned to normal in New Zealand since the end of last year. On Saturday, 30,000 fans of rockFusion Six 60 cheered for their idols at Wellington’s Sky Stadium. The band, which calls itself the largest live band in the world, is currently celebrating huge success with its Saturday tour, which sells regularly.
Wellington’s main event has been the largest open-air concert that music fans can attend since the start of the Covid-19 pandemic.
This is the state of Aura in New Zealand
The reason why a concert in front of a large audience was possible: In New Zealand, the Corona situation has become relatively calm. Recently, there have been no new locally transmitted Covid-19 cases in weeks.
On Sunday, the Pacific state recorded new infections for the first time since January 24. Those affected are a couple and their daughter in the greater Auckland city.
Once the case became known, the government imposed a lockdown on the city. Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern, 40, said people in the nation’s largest city will have to stay home for three days.
Now people are only allowed to go out in exceptional cases such as shopping and commuting to work.
With fewer than 2,000 infections and 26 deaths in 2020, New Zealand is a prime example of how to tackle the coronavirus pandemic.
Corona vaccinations will start there on February 20 after the country managed to secure the vaccination doses from Pfizer / BioNTech earlier than expected.
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