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Wednesday, 23 December 2020

Coronavirus outbreak: France seals border, creating long queue of container trucks at UK port Dover; Night life in Mumbai from night curfew

News from around the world in pictures: Coronavirus outbreak: France seals border, creating long queue of container trucks at UK port Dover; Night life in Mumbai from night curfew

Large number of containers parked at the port of Dover, England. France has banned all travelers from the UK following the emergence of a new strain of coronavirus in the UK. This caused the Dover port to close.

Coronavirus only one bet to leave the UK
then found the new coronavirus Strain UK is deploying a crowd of people at the hotel to leave the UK. Many countries around the world have banned flights from the UK but people living in the UK are still scrambling to reach countries where they can go.

Passengers standing in long queues at the Eurostar terminal at St Pancras International Airport in London, maintaining social decency.

The new strain of coronavirus is spreading rapidly, causing concern around the world, including in the UK.

The night curfew in Mumbai is soothing in Mumbai
day and night. There is something ore in the roaring night of Mumbai city, but the corona virus seems to have stopped everything. Night curfew in Mumbai has taken away the ronak of nightlife here.

There was silence during the night curfew at the ever-throbbing Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj Terminus station in Mumbai.

During the night curfew, the Marine Drive area in Mumbai looked very calm.

Farmworkers in Peru, fierce opposition to new agricultural bill
Farmers in India have been protesting in thousands for the past one month against the new 3 agricultural bills in India, trying to woo the central government, but have not resorted to violence. Something similar has happened in Peru. In Peru, farm workers have started protesting against the new agricultural promotion law, which has led to clashes with police and even fires in some places.

Farmers in Peru have demanded good compensation and have complained that some of the provisions in the new agricultural law, such as annual bonuses and holidays, are unfair.

corona virus has been spreading around the world for the past one year. Christmas has been around for two days all over the world, but the fear of the Corona virus is that most people will have to be content with celebrating Christmas in their own homes. The Corona virus has wreaked havoc on everyone's lives and most public places have been closed.

Christmas presents are being given by Santa Claus to animals at various zoos in countries including UK, USA, Australia.

Many zoos around the world are still closed. However, many of the zoo's animals have to go through Christmas. In various zoos in countries including UK, USA, Australia, Christmas gifts are being given to the animals by Santa Claus and in some places the animals are also enjoying music along with the gifts. The zoos are adorned with light shows and lights, while in Thailand the elephants are Santa Claus. Elephants have tried to spread awareness about Corona by distributing face masks among school children. This is how the celebration of Christmas in Corona has changed radically.

In this photo of the Australian Reptile Park at Somersby, Australia, a baby koala is celebrating Christmas. The park is decorated for Christmas and a variety of fruits are also served to the animals.

... and this is Baby Wombat. When the baby vombet was given a basket with a Christmas present, he sat down with joy. Wombat is a short-legged and herbivorous animal found in Australia.

At the London Zoo, the animals were given Christmas presents and a variety of fruits to eat, but they were also enjoying music.

Just like children are happy to see Santa Claus every Christmas, this Hippopotamus is also happy to see Santa Claus and asks, where is my gift?

Face masks were distributed to school children in the city of Ayutthaya, Thailand, making elephants Santa Claus at a time when the threat of the corona virus is currently looming large.

The Corona period has seen a dramatic change in the way Christmas is celebrated.

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