Google celebrated New Year’s Eve 2022 with an awesome innovative doodle.
- New Year is celebrated on December 31st.
- New Year’s Eve is also known as Old Year’s Day or Saint Sylvester’s Day in many countries.
On December 31, Google celebrated the end of 2022 and New Year’s Eve with a super creative doodle. When you click on today’s drawing, a new page will open with colorful confetti all over the screen.
The last day of 2022 has arrived and it’s time to let go of the past year and look forward to 2023. Google also celebrated New Year’s Eve on December 31st with a super creative and animated doodle. The doodle features fireworks and colorful lights in the background with “2022” written in the center.
New Years’ Eve 2022 Google Doodle
Today’s Google Doodle memorializes New Year’s Eve, a time to reflect on 2022 and look forward to a new beginning in 2023. Whether you’re setting off fireworks or making plans for the coming year, here’s to great things in 2023!
When you click on today’s Doodle, a new page will open with confetti all over the screen. On the left side of the page, find the animated confetti cone. Click on it and the confetti will shoot across your screen again.
In the Gregorian calendar, New Year’s Eve, the last day of the year, falls on 31 December. This day is celebrated as New Year’s Eve all over the world. Billions of people around the world mark the evening with parties, festivities, and fireworks and wait for the clock to strike midnight. Often people resolve to give up unhealthy lifestyle habits or unwanted symptoms. Some even take a pledge to fulfill a personal goal.
Over the past couple of years, the new year celebrations have been affected by the Covid-19 pandemic. As long as there is panic again, it is unlikely that India will take strict measures.
However, the Center has asked the states and union territories to take action to prevent overcrowding. And there is adequate ventilation at indoor events and public gatherings amid concerns about the pandemic situation in India following a rise in virus cases in neighboring China. Follow appropriate behavior during COVID-19. Many states have set specific rules and regulations for the celebration.