As the coronavirus epidemic spreads across the world and governments impose more and more restrictions, Australians have loosely agreed to hold hundreds of thousands of gay festivals as people flock from abroad.
(Latest news here)
In fact, Australia is also on the list of most defensive countries. No new infection with Coronavirus was detected in the country for 11 days.
While people celebrate, dance and celebrate on top of each other, Without a mask, in the meantime we’re shutting down. It’s strange to see these pictures.
(You might also be interested in: Almost 80,000 people lost their lives in the United States in January due to the Coronavirus Pandemic)
Angry crowds in Sydney at the 43rd Mardi Gras Parade of Gay and Lesbians / Photo: GettyImages
People in Taylor Square have started to gather for a traditional gay and lesbians parade / Photo: GettyImages
The Mardi Gras Parade of Gay and Lesbian is usually held along Oxford Street in Sydney / Photo: GettyImages
However, this year it was held at Cricket Ground due to COVID-19 restrictions and contact tracing / Photo: GettyImages
The Sydney Mardi Gras Show began in 1978 to commemorate the 1969 Stone Wall Uprising in New York / Photo: GettyImages
The theme for Mardi Gras Festival 2021 is “RISE” / Photo: GettyImages
This year’s parade is about letting the ghosts fly after the hardships of 2020 / Photo: GettyImages
Cricket Ground is full, crowd rages without a mask / Photo: GettyImages
Thousands protest against gay rights and social acceptance / Photo: GettyImages
The protest organizers have been granted permission to hold the event / Photo: GettyImages
Show participants / Photo: Rita Ora hosted by Profimedia