How CoronaVirus Will Affect Christmas

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How CoronaVirus Will Affect Christmas

Christmas is coming near, and everyone in the world is preparing for this exciting day to come. But things are different now as the pandemic caused by the Corona Virus has taken over the world and caused a lot of heartaches to a lot of people around the globe.

How will this affect Christmas? It will definitely affect Christmas but even so, there is no reason not to celebrate this wonderful time of the year.

Here are some of the few ways CoronaVirus may impact the beauty of Christmas:

● Mass gatherings and big events may not be allowed any more

Mass gatherings and big events are popular during the holiday season, but unfortunately, because of the coronavirus, these occasions may be limited already. Expect that gatherings like these may not be permitted anymore because of the possible transmission of the disease.

But worry not as much as even if these occasions are not as rampant any more, there are other ways to celebrate the Yuletide season.

● Family gatherings are best hold outdoors

Outdoors are safer than indoors, hence family gatherings are best to do in the backyards instead of inside the house. If you are planning to hold a slot tournament, you can find different slots from comparison websites such as, and prepare a comfortable spot in your yard where you can gather everyone who wants to participate in the game.

● Sale on malls may not be as crowded unlike before

One of the most crowded places during the holidays are the malls. There are a lot of shops and retailers that offer huge discounts to their items in the hope that they can bag a huge sale and sweep all their items and products away. But due to the pandemic, this may not be possible any more as not everyone is confident to go out and join a huge crowd to shop.

Also, social distancing is highly encouraged to avoid passing on the virus from one person to another.

● Christmas cards and gifts may take time to arrive to its destinations

Due to limited transportation, gifts and Christmas cards may take time to arrive at their destinations. The time may be limited considering that there are a lot of restrictions, guidelines and procedures that should be followed before an item will be delivered to where it should be.

● Travelling to visit loved ones living outside the country may not be easy

Before, you can go to any place you want to celebrate the Yuletide season, now it is not that easy any more. Travelling restrictions are now being followed by different countries around the globe. So, if you have plans of visiting your relatives living abroad, might as well scrap it and for the meantime be content seeing them through video calls.

● Online shopping will be highly in demand

And yes, online shopping is highly in demand as most people would consider this rather than any other shopping behavior, for safety, security and convenience.

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