No public fireworks on New Year's Eve in Latvia

Due to the restrictions imposed, public New Year's fireworks will not be allowed to be organized, LETA reported December 27.

Last year, a curfew was set on New Year's Eve and public events and gatherings, including fireworks, were prohibited. This year, there will still be an emergency in which no public person or body is allowed to organize fireworks to prevent gathering.

There is no such ban for private persons, and it is allowed to shoot fireworks at midnight if desired. A maximum of 20 persons can gather outside.

 

Seen a mistake?

Select text and press Ctrl+Enter to send a suggested correction to the editor

Select text and press Report a mistake to send a suggested correction to the editor

Related articles
Most important

Please be aware that the LSM portal uses cookies. By continuing to use this site, you agree that we may store and use cookies on your device. Find out more

Accept and continue