Anti-Corona protests in France-Germany-Austria-Italy.
Thousands take to the streets in Western Europe to protest against the coronavirus vaccine. More than 100,000 people have protested in France against government restrictions. Protesters say the government wants to curtail the rights of those not vaccinated. Qatar-based Al-Jazeera reported on Sunday (January 6th).
Demonstrations without masks took place in the capital, Paris, on Saturday, ignoring the severe cold and rain. At the time, their placards read “Truth”, “Freedom” and “No Ticker Pass”.
More than 300,000 corona were identified in a single day in France on Friday. The lower house of parliament has already passed a law banning corona. In order to eat, drink, travel, travel by bus and train and participate in any cultural event, you have to show proof of getting two doses of vaccine.
The French Interior Ministry said 24 people had been arrested in connection with the protests. Besides, several policemen were also injured in the incident. In addition to the capital, there have been protests in various parts of France.
More than 40,000 people have protested in the Austrian capital, Vienna. Vaccination is being made compulsory there from next month. But the police said that the protests have been peacefully peacefully.
There have been anti-vaccine protests in several German cities. The largest protest rally was held in Hamburg. The country’s police said 18,000 people took part there.
Health Minister Carl Lauterbach said the arguments of anti-vaccine and coronavirus deniers had lost their relevance.
There have also been protests against the vaccine in Italy. Hundreds of people have protested in the country’s Turin city against the Corona policy. Strict rules will be introduced in the country from Monday. It has been said that those who have not been vaccinated will no longer be able to use public transport and restaurants.