Incredible sight almost failed to enjoy due pandemic coronavirus COVID-19.
In early June, several canadian provinces began a process of gradual lifting of restrictions imposed in March to slow the pandemic COVID-19. Taking advantage of the relative freedom, Canadians rushed to the island of Newfoundland. They hope to enjoy the last icebergs of the season.
Territory off the coast of Newfoundland and Labrador is known as iceberg alley. Every spring here drifting icebergs from the Arctic. Drift usually lasts until the beginning of June.
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