Farewell 2020: Some memorable events in the world, including Britain

A brief flashback of 2020

Kamal Mehedi : According to the World Health Organization, the corona virus started in Wuhan, China on December 31, 2019. This is why the virus is named Kovid 19. On January 30, 2020, the World Health Organization declared the Covid 19K a global health emergency. And in this one month 213 people died in China. Infected in about 16 countries of the world. Corona was first identified in Britain on January 31.
On the other hand, since June 2016, Brexit has been a daily companion of British politics. In continuation of this, the British people bid farewell to the year 2019 through the general election in December. Brexit Prime Minister Boris Johnson, who brought a single-digit majority in parliament, officially left the EU on 31 January 2020.

The release of Prince Harry and Meghan from royal duties in January was much talked about.

The reshuffle of Prime Minister Boris’s cabinet in February was also discussed. Sajid Javid himself resigned as Chancellor without dismissing the advisers as directed by the Prime Minister. Rishi Sonak took charge. On the other hand, Sir Philip Ratman, a senior Home Office official, resigned, alleging that Home Secretary Preeti Patel had violated the official code of conduct. Prime Minister Boris Johnson also gave the good news of becoming a father in February. The first British citizen died in Corona this month.
On March 11, the World Health Organization officially declared the corona virus an epidemic. On March 23, Prime Minister Boris Johnson announced a national lockdown in Britain.
Meanwhile, in Britain, Queen Elizabeth II gave a speech in Britain to encourage the nation to tackle Corona. The Queen usually gives speeches on 4 special days of the year. So this speech was an exception. Meanwhile, on April 12, Prime Minister Boris Johnson was released from Corona Hospital. And the মু 32.7 million fundraiser for the NHS was a hundred steps away from the 100-year-old Captain Moore, just as it was a fast-paced walk in the backyard of Channel S’s ambassador to the NHS and the cowardly poet Furulin Chowdhury in the Corona. Since April, deaths of hospital doctors, nurses and care workers due to PPE shortages have been the talk of the town. In April, Sir Kierre Starmer replaced Labor leader Jeremy Corbyn.
After a long wait, the NHS’s contact tracing app was launched experimentally in the Isle of White in May. But later it was canceled. In May, Dominic Cummings, a controversial former prime minister’s adviser, broke the lockdown law.
After a long lockdown, the school opened in June. Although the lockdown has been slowly easing since June 15, the movement to the beach and the Black Live Matters movement continues to grow, despite government bans. In June, Black Live Matters activists broke the statues of 16th and 17th century slave traders in Bistral for the first time.
But the big achievement in June was Marcus Rashford. As a result of his campaign, Prime Minister Boris Johnson announced that the Free School Mill would be maintained.
The lockdown in July gradually became more relaxed. This month was nothing special except a royal wedding. However, since July, health experts have begun to push for a lockdown, fearing an increase in the rate of corona infection in the second phase.
In August, the Uterine Murray government again faced widespread controversy over the GCSE and Elevel exams. The results of GCS and L level are announced on the basis of the number given to the teachers before the Algarodim system.
The Prime Minister issued the Roll of Six in England in September as the Corona infection continued to grow. The number of coronavirus cases in Britain exceeded one million in October. In addition, a three-tiered corona ban was imposed in England. The news of the dismissal of veteran MP Jeremy Corbyn from the Labor Party in October was also discussed. He was reinstated in the team after being sacked on the issue of antisemitism.
However, excluding the Roll of Six and Tier system, the Prime Minister issued a national lockdown in England in the second phase from November 2. However, the incident of Dominic Cummings leaving Ten Downing Street was not less discussed in November. On the other hand, the appointment of the administration of the British business organization Arcadia Group was also discussed. Prime Minister Boris Johnson also surrendered to Marcus Rashford’s campaign in November to keep the Free School Mill in place until Christmas.
The coroner’s vaccine was one of the most challenging challenges of the 21st century. Britain is the first country in the world to use the Pfizer-Biotech corona vaccine in public. Meanwhile, a new form of corona was identified from Britain in December. As a result, France closed the border. At least 40 countries have suspended flights to Britain. On the other hand, in order to prevent the widespread transmission of corona in a new form, the highest ban was imposed in most parts of England including London. In Scotland, England, Wales and Northern Ireland, Christmas parties are limited and strict.

On the other hand, after a long 11 months, the post-Brexit trade agreement was completed on the eve of Christmas. The agreement was approved by the parliament in the parliament on December 30. On the same day, Britain allowed the Oxford-AstraZeneca corona vaccine. And on Thursday, December 31, the last day of the year, the Prime Minister’s post-Brexit trade agreement became law.
Meanwhile, a few more cases outside the corona virus have been discussed in the world. One of these is the forest fires in Australia from June 2019 to March 2020. About 47 million acres of land were burned. It killed billions of wild animals, including 34 people.
Earlier this year, however, the killing of Iranian General Qasim Sulaimani in a US drone strike in Baghdad, Iraq, set the Arab world on fire. On January 8, a Ukrainian passenger plane was shot down by Iranian Islamic Revolutionary Guards in Tehran. One hundred and eight passengers including the crew were killed. On January 10, Sultan Qaboos bin Saeed of Oman passed away. He was the longest-serving sultan in the Arab world.
US President Donald Trump has always been in the media spotlight. However, the hearing against President Trump for abuse of power in February was much talked about.

In February, at least 54 people were killed in a 10-day riot in Delhi over citizenship laws. About two hundred people were injured. Meanwhile, the news of the death of 104 people in the Pakistani plane crash was also quite popular. On May 25, the Black Live Matters movement began with the death of George Floyd, a black man killed by U.S. police.

In the midst of the horrors of the Corona, on August 4, a horrific explosion took place in Beirut, the capital of Lebanon. Two hundred and four people were killed. More than 6,500 people were injured when an explosion in a warehouse of about 2,650 tonnes of chemicals. More than 3 lakh people became homeless.

The US presidential election was held on November 3. This election marks the beginning of two new chapters in US history. One of these is the alleged vote rigging of the incumbent president in the election without any data evidence and the history of the election of the first female and black female vice president in U.S. history.
On the other hand, terrorist incidents took place in France and Austria. The cartoon is a worldwide protest against the insult to the Prophet. The assassination of an Iranian scientist on November 26 was the subject of much discussion.

The death of the last football legend Maradona in the farewell year has made the world cry.