AUSTRALIA NEWS: Sydney is blocking New Year’s crowds as the coronavirus collection grows in Australia

The decision to tighten the boundaries comes as the total number of cases on the north coast of the city has grown to 126 and the closure of most cities was extended until January 9th.

Plans to allow thousands of top workers to cry in the new year around Sydney Harbor were postponed on Monday as authorities work to suppress a growing set of virus cases in Australia’s densely populated city.

Typically, hundreds of thousands of enthusiastic participants flocked to the high altitudes at midnight presented at Sydney Harbor Bridge.

Although allowing ordinary crowds of fun was banned this year, officials had plans to welcome about 5,000 foreshore workers as a token of appreciation for their work in the fight against the disease.

But that view is now embroiled in controversy over fears that ceremonies could become a very widespread event.

“We have abandoned our plans regarding previous views of fireworks from the Sydney CBD, so that will not be allowed,” said New South Wales state leader Sydney’s capital, Gladys Berejiklian.

Permits to enter other parts of the city will also be required as festivals will be limited to controlled events, isolated from the community and small gatherings in private homes.

“We strongly recommend that people watch fireworks on TV or go to an outdoor area that is not foreshore and has no such congestion,” Berejiklian said.

The decision to tighten the boundaries comes as the total number of cases on the north coast of the city has grown to 126 and the closure of most cities was extended until January 9th.

Prior to the collection, which appeared earlier this month, life had returned to normal across the country as the number of people infected daily was declining.

Australia has recorded more than 28,300 cases and 909 deaths linked to the virus to an estimated 25 million people.

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