The year has come to an end, and people are all gearing up for the most eventful time, to ring in 2019. New Year’s Eve in the New York City is the biggie of all ball drops. Millions of people will gather at the most popular spot, staying comfortable during the long wait for midnight’s arrival. The event is free and open to the public. But there are a lot of things that the visitors should know. Since, so many people from every corner are ready to witness and welcome the New Year; there comes a lot of responsibilities to the New York City Police Department (NYPD). Burj Khalifa New Year Eve 2019 Fireworks Live Stream: Watch Free Telecast & Streaming of NYE Celebrations Online From Dubai.
New levels of security are being added to the Times Square to protect above 1 million people, that the police expect this year to celebrate the New Year’s Eve ball drop. To ensure their safety, NYPD has issued many essential guidelines, including what to carry and what not to the spot. Thousands of police officers will be on patrol as the individuals flood into Times Square to witness the festivities. Melbourne & Sydney New Year Eve 2019 Fireworks Live Stream: Watch Free Telecast & Streaming of NYE Celebrations Online From Australia.
NYPD Listed Items Not to Carry to Celebrate New Year’s Eve
Celebrating New Year’s in Times Square? There will be multiple screening points to enter.
You won’t be able to bring in certain items including:
❌ backpacks & large bags 🎒
❌ alcohol 🍻
🚯 You CANNOT discard property at the screening areas. pic.twitter.com/xxxva4FFWt
— NYPD NEWS (@NYPDnews) December 30, 2018
Yes, there will not be any popping champagne at midnight as alcohol is strictly prohibited. It is also reported that for the first time, a police drone will be keeping a watch over the Times Square celebration. The unmanned eye-in-the-sky will keep the revellers and performers safe during the New Year’s Eve. Each person and their bags will be searched before entry. So, be safe, do not carry the banned items, reach early and enjoy the festivity. Happy New Year!