The Daily Prophet news flash
Ask the wizards to keep it a secret
On August 14, 2020, our wizarding world will be at risk once again. The film “Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone” will be shown again in the muggle world. Will Muggles flood their, uh, cinekam? Sorry, I don't remember the word. This is probably a Muggle term meaning a place to look at some images.
The film was based on the Harry Potter series by JK Rowling, a witch. In 1997, JK Rowling, a poor witch, sold a series of Harry Potter novels to Muggles in order to support her family. The action cause a huge wave through the wizarding world. Some people think Rowling should be sentenced to death, others thought it is a good thing.
As things got worse, muggles quickly fall in love with the wizarding world, and believed it was existing. Under pressure from many quarters, Rowling was forced to explain to Muggles that it was a series of fantasies. But Rowling fans, oh no, harry Potter fans, they didn't believe it. They accepted the existence of Hogwarts, even though they had not received acceptance letters. The craze did not subside until 2020. Many witches and wizards have turned into Harry Potter fans.
Professor Trelawney predicts that on August 14, muggles will flood the cinemas, and there will be many witches and wizards among them. The Minister of Magic said the wizarding world should not be exposed to Muggles for the time being. We should keep a secret.
Here's a reminder from the Daily Prophet. COVID-19 has not gone yet, benifitted from Muggle’s indiscretion. So witches and wizards must not be careless. Please keep a social distance of more than one meter, try not to talk to others, wear a mask when talking, and cover your nose and mouth when sneezing or coughing. Use public goods sparingly and try not to touch them. Wash your hands frequently to prevent virus from entering your body. If you accidentally reveal your magical abilities, please the Obliviate charm to erase Muggles' memories. Please don't argue with muggles. Don't attack them if they say something that doesn't match your perception.
If you want to go to see the movie, please pay in Muggle currency. Please wear Muggle clothes for the movie. You can buy these in the shopping mall. Please keep your wand and don't let it poke anyone else. Don't talk loudly in the cinema. You can buy popcorn and coke at the reception desk, and they will make your movie twice as good. That's all, thank you.
（Tina Lovegood of the Daily Prophet.）