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Feeling Hungry? Let’s Take A Look At New Year’s Food From Around The Globe
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Feeling Hungry? Let’s Take A Look At New Year’s Food From Around The Globe

Celebrating the new year is all about feeling hopeful and festive. People usually get together to celebrate new year’s eve and have fun.But even though people around the world celebrate the new year pretty much the same way (fireworks, party, countdown, and stuff like that), some countries has their own traditional dish that they always enjoy in hope for new year’s prosperity, long life, abundance, and even good luck!Here are some new year’s food tradition around the globe.1. Soba Noodles (Japan)First, on this list we have Japan. Every midnight on New Year’s Eve, Japanese households usually eat buckwheat noodles which is called soba noodles or toshikoshi soba.They eat soba noodles at midnight on New Year’s Eve as a symbol of bidding farewell to the year gone...
Austria going into full lockdown following the surge of the COVID-19 cases
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Austria going into full lockdown following the surge of the COVID-19 cases

A few days after Austria imposed a lockdown on the unvaccinated, the country finally announced a full lockdown starting on 22 November 2021. This national-level lockdown is a response to the record case number that has been surging for the past few weeks.According to BBC, the latest data shows that the incidence rate of Covid-19 in Austria has risen to 1,049.9 cases per 100,000 people. Seeing the significantly increasing number, Health Minister Wolfgang Mückstein said imposing a lockdown was the last resort to press down the number of cases.ALSO READ : PARKLAND MASSACRE SHOOTER PLEAD GUILTY OF ALL CHARGES!The lockdown will continue until 12 December but will be reassessed after 10 days. Austrians will have to work remotely from their own homes, non-essential shops will clo...