Jacinda Ardern, New Zealand’s Prime Minister, has postponed her wedding as the nation ascribe new restrictions to curb the spread of the recent dismay Covid-19 Omicron variant. Today (Sunday) she declared about the cancellation of her wedding.
The country is going to impose mask rules and limit public gathering from midnight on Sunday since nine Covid-19 cases of Omicorn variant showed community spread from the North to South islands after a wedding.
After attending a wedding, a funeral and some other events in Auckland in the North Island, A family came back to Nelson in the South Island by plane. Afterwards along with the family, a flight attendant also tested positive for Covid-19.
New Zealand has issued some new rules and regulations to follow. The country will move to a red setting under its Covid-19 protection framework, with more mask wearing. Bars and restaurants and pompous occasion like weddings will be limited to 100 people. In case of the venues not using vaccine passes, the limit is lowered to 25 people.
When reporters asked about how she felt about the delay of her wedding, the PM replied, “Such is life”. Although earlier she had not exposed her wedding date, it was rumoured to be imminent.