What Does A Socially Distanced New Year’s Eve Look Like?

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New Year’s Eve is synonymous with large crowds. In Times Square, people stand shoulder-to-shoulder, almost hugging each other for warmth in the middle of winter as the glowing ball drops. In Rio, travellers and locals pack the ever-popular Copacabana Beach, hoping for dry weather. And…

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