2020 (twenty twenty) (MMXX) was a leap year starting on Wednesday in the Gregorian calendar, the 20th year of the 3rd millennium, the 20th year of the 21st century, and the 1st year of the 2020s decade. The COVID-19 pandemic led to severe global economic and social disruption throughout 2020.[1] The year was also nominated by Time magazine to be one of "the worst years to be alive" in modern history. The cover article did not go as far.

2020 Beirut explosionCrew Dragon2020–2021 Indian farmers' protestCOVID-19 pandemicGeorge Floyd protests2020 Nagorno-Karabakh warOperation Martyr SoleimaniUkraine International Airlines Flight 752
From left, clockwise: The 2020 Beirut explosion damaged a large part of the city; SpaceX launches the first crewed flight of the Crew Dragon; Indian Farmers' Protest during the 2020–2021 Indian farmers' protest; Protests against the murder of George Floyd turned into widespread unrest in the US; Flight 752 shot down by the Iranian IGRC; Mourners at the funeral of Qasem Soleimani who was killed by a U.S. drone strike; Destruction in Ganja after an Armenian missile attack during the 2020 Nagorno-Karabakh war; Colourised transmission electron micrograph of SARS-CoV-2 virions with visible coronae, the virus that causes COVID-19, which in 2020 became a pandemic
Millennium: 3rd millennium
Centuries: 20th century21st century22nd century
Decades: 1990s  2000s  2010s  – 2020s –  2030s  2040s  2050s
Years: 2017 2018 201920202021 2022 2023

"There have been worse years in U.S. history, and certainly worse years in world history, but most of us alive today have seen nothing like this one."[2]

Events change

January change

 
Iran accidentally shoots down Ukraine International Airlines Flight 752 near Tehran on January 8
 
The 2019–20 coronavirus outbreak begins in Wuhan and has spread to 28 countries, affecting over 40,000 and killing over 900
 
The United Kingdom formally leaves the European Union on 31 January. Prime Minister Boris Johnson (pictured) signs the withdrawal agreement a week before

February change

 
President Donald Trump is found not guilty during his impeachment trial by the U.S. Senate in February 5
 
The World Health Organization official names COVID-19 as the deadly respiratory disease begins to globally spread

March change

 
Mount Merapi volcano erupts causing many Indonesian areas to close down such as the Adisumarmo International Airport in Solo (Surakarta)
 
Several tornadoes in Nashville, Tennessee kills 25
 
Countries and states around the World issues national/regional lock-downs or are placed on quarantine due to the 2019–20 coronavirus pandemic
 
The 2020 Summer Olympics in Tokyo is postponed for next year due to concerns over the 2019–20 coronavirus pandemic
 
North Macedonia becomes the 30th country to join NATO
 
The price of oil continues to fall sharply as value lowers for Brent Crude or West Texas Intermediate oils during the Russian–Saudi oil price war

April change

 
Multiple countries around the world enter lockdowns due to the coronavirus pandemic
  National lockdown
  Subnational lockdown
  No lockdown
 
At least thirty people are killed in an Easter Sunday tornado outbreak in the Southeastern United States (pictured is the damage in Livingston, South Carolina)
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau speaks about the attacks that left 23 people dead in Nova Scotia
  • April 1 – Former Prime Minister of Somalia Nur Hassan Hussein dies of COVID-19, aged 82.[80]
  • April 2 – 2019–20 coronavirus pandemic: Over 1,000,000 cases of COVID-19 are confirmed worldwide.[81]
  • April 3 – 2019–20 coronavirus pandemic: Prime Minister of Singapore Lee Hsien Loong announced a much stricter set of rules called "Circuit Breaker", starting 7 April until at least 4 May. All non-essential workplaces will be closed during this period. Schools will move to home-based learning, and preschools will close.[82][83]
  • April 5
  • April 7 – 2019–20 coronavirus pandemic: Japan declares a state of emergency in response to COVID-19, and passes a stimulus package worth 108 trillion yen ($990 billion), equal to 20% of the country's GDP.[86]
  • April 8 – 2019–20 coronavirus pandemic: China ends the lockdown in Wuhan, with people allowed to leave the city for the first time in 76 days.[87][88]
  • April 10 – 2019–20 coronavirus pandemic: The death toll from COVID-19 exceeds 100,000 globally, a ten-fold increase from March 20.[89]
  • April 1213 – At least thirty people are killed in an Easter Sunday tornado outbreak in the Southeastern United States.[90]
  • April 13 – 2019–20 coronavirus pandemic: Spain partially stops some lockdown rules, allowing around 300,000 non-essential workers, such as construction and manufacturing industries to return to their jobs.[91]
  • April 15
    • 2019–20 coronavirus pandemic: The number of confirmed cases of COVID-19 passes 2 million worldwide.[92]
    • 2019–20 coronavirus pandemic: Denmark partially lift some of its lockdown rules, allowing children up to age 11 returned to school.[93]
  • April 17
    • 2019–20 coronavirus pandemic: China fixes the coronavirus death toll upward in Wuhan, where the virus originated, adding 1,290 more fatalities to bring the country's reported deaths from COVID-19 to 4,632.[94][95]
    • 2019–20 coronavirus pandemic: Europe passes the 100,000 deaths mark.[96]
  • April 18April 19 – At least 23 people are killed at random at several places in Nova Scotia, Canada.[97] It was the deadliest attack of its kind in Canadian history.[98]
  • April 20Oil prices reach a record low, falling into negative values, due to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic and the Russia–Saudi Arabia oil price war.[99]
  • April 24 – 2019–20 coronavirus pandemic: Ecuador revises its total confirmed cases to 22,719, doubled from previous day, caused by increased test capacity and presentation of delayed results.[100]
  • April 25 – 2019–20 coronavirus pandemic: The death toll from COVID-19 exceeds 200,000 globally.[101] The U.K. becomes the fifth country to report 20,000 deaths.[102]
  • April 26
    • 2019–20 coronavirus pandemic: The number of cases in Iran passes 90,000.[103]
    • 2019–20 coronavirus pandemic: Spain further partially eases its lockdown rules, allowing children up to 14 to go outside their home for at most one hour.[104]
  • April 27 – 2019–20 coronavirus pandemic: The number of confirmed cases of COVID-19 passes 3 million worldwide, while the number of confirmed cases of COVID-19 in the United States passes 1 million.[105][106]
  • April 28 – 2019–20 coronavirus pandemic: Russia's 87,147 COVID-19 cases passes the 84,341 in China.[107]

May change

 
The total number of recovered COVID-19 patient reached 1 million worldwide
 
Remdesivir is approved in the United States to treat ill COVID-19 patients
 
Astronomers announced the closest known black hole to Earth and is the first one that can be seen by the naked eye
 
President Jair Bolsonaro refuses to acknowledge the threat of the COVID-19 pandemic in Brazil as it becomes the second most infected country in the world
 
Massive riots and protests in Minneapolis and across the country break out following the killing of George Floyd
 
SpaceX's Crew Dragon and Falcon 9 make their first crewed launch for NASA

June change

 
Cyclone Nisarga makes landfall in Mumbai as a Category 1 hurricane on June 3
 
President of Burundi Pierre Nkurunziza dies in office from a heart attack on June 8, aged 55
 
A solar eclipse occurs, visible mainly in Asian and African countries, lasting 38 seconds
 
Micheál Martin became the 15th Taoiseach of Ireland on 27 June
 
On June 28, over 500,000 people have died from COVID-19 during the global pandemic

July change

 
On July 1, Russians vote to change their constitution to allow President Vladimir Putin to run for two more six year terms. Results:
  Yes to change the constitution
  No to change the constitution
 
In Poland, President Andrzej Duda narrowly wins re-election on July 12
 
Hurricane Hanna made landfall in South Texas and areas in Mexico on July 25

August change

 
On August 4, multiple explosions damage the port of Beirut, Lebanon killing over 220 people and injuring thousands of people
 
On August 9, Belarusian President Alexander Lukashenko is controversially re-elected despite reports of fraud. His re-election caused the ongoing national protests
 
On August 28, Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe resigns from office due to bad health

September change

 
On September 4, Kosovo and Serbia announced they will normalized economic relations at the White House
 
On September 16, Yoshihide Suga becomes the Prime Minister of Japan replacing Shinzo Abe
 
On September 27, an armed conflict between Armenia and Azerbaijan broke out and curfews are placed
 
On 15 October, following weeks of protesting in Kyrgyzstan, President Sooronbay Jeenbekov resigns

October change

 
On October 17, New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern is re-elected in a landslide victory
 
On October 30, a 7.0 earthquake causes mass damages in the Greek island of Samos and the Turkish city of İzmir, killing 100 people and injuring over 1,000

November change

 
On November 7, former Vice President Joe Biden was elected the 46th President of the United States, beating incumbent Donald Trump
 
On November 9 and 10, Peruvian President Martín Vizcarra is impeached and removed from the presidency
 
On November 15, SpaceX Crew-1 launched from the Kennedy Space Center becoming the first crewed operational flight of a Crew Dragon spacecraft
 
On November 15, former Prime Minister Maia Sandu is elected the country's first female president, defeating incumbent Igor Dodon
 
On November 16, Francisco Sagasti is elected by the Peruvian Congress as the 87th President of Peru during the nationwide protests
 
On November 27, Iranian nuclear physicist Mohsen Fakhrizadeh is assassinated in Tehran
 
On 1 December, the Arecibo Telescope at the Puerto Rican observatory collapsed, a few weeks after the National Science Foundation announced its closure

December change

 
On 5 December, Russia begins the mass vaccinations against COVID-19 with the experimental Gam-COVID-Vac vaccine candidate
 
On 6 December, Nicolás Maduro's United Socialist Party of Venezuela kept their majority in the National Assembly despite voting irregularities
 
On 10 December, the corruption trial of former President of France Nicolas Sarkozy ends
 
On 14 December, a solar eclipse occurs and is visible in parts of South America and Africa
 
On 21 December, a great conjunction of Jupiter and Saturn occurs
 
On 24 December, the United Kingdom and European Union agree on a trade deal nearly ending the Brexit transition period
  United Kingdom (UK)
  European Union (EU) and Euratom

Births change

Deaths change

January change

 
Qasem Soleimani
 
Neil Peart
 
Qaboos bin Said
 
Terry Jones
 
Kobe Bryant
 
Mary Higgins Clark

February change

 
Daniel arap Moi
 
Kirk Douglas
 
Katherine Johnson
 
Hosni Mubarak
 
Freeman Dyson

March change

 
Javier Pérez de Cuéllar
 
Max von Sydow
 
Betty Williams
 
Kenny Rogers
 
Manolis Glezos
 
Bill Withers

April change

 
Honor Blackman
 
Mahmoud Jibril
 
Luis Sepúlveda
 
Florian Schneider
 
Shirley Knight
 
Irrfan Khan
 
Giacomo dalla Torre del Tempio di Sanguinetto

May change

 
Millie Small
 
Little Richard
 
Adolfo Nicolás
 
Oliver E. Williamson
 
Stanley Ho

June change

 
Pierre Nkurunziza
 
Dame Vera Lynn
 
Sir Ian Holm
 
Carl Reiner

July change

 
Ennio Morricone
 
Zizi Jeanmaire
 
Benjamin Mkapa
 
Peter Green
 
Dame Olivia de Havilland
 
Gisèle Halimi

August change

 
John Hume
 
Frances Allen
 
Chadwick Boseman
 
Pranab Mukherjee

September change

 
Dame Diana Rigg
 
Momčilo Krajišnik
 
Moussa Traoré
 
Juliette Gréco
 
Sabah Al-Ahmad Al-Jaber Al-Sabah

October change

 
Eddie Van Halen
 
Mario Molina
 
James Randi
 
Izzat Ibrahim al-Douri
 
Sir Sean Connery

November change

 
Saeb Erekat
 
Alex Trebek
 
Amadou Toumani Touré
 
Khalifa bin Salman Al Khalifa
 
Masatoshi Koshiba
 
Jerry Rawlings
 
Soumitra Chatterjee
 
Irinej, Serbian Patriarch
 
Diego Maradona

December change

 
Valéry Giscard d'Estaing
 
Tabaré Vázquez
 
Kim Ki-duk
 
Pierre Buyoya
 
Pierre Cardin

Nobel Prizes change

 
Nobel medal

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