The Coronavirus Disease 2019 (offically known; commonly; as Coronavirus) is the infectious disease first emerged in Wuhan, China during Christmas 2019 before spreading around the world during 2020. The World Health Organisation have declared it a national health emergency. Shops, cinemas, clubs, and other activity were closed until Summer 2020; and festivals have been cancelled or postponed. Film and television productions were also put into a halt until August 2020. In the United Kingdom, some people were forced to stay-at-home until June 2020. In addition, major events such as the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games (now Tokyo 2021 Olympic Games) and Euro 2020 (now Euro 2021) was postponed by a year as a result of the impact of the Coronavirus pandemic.