Hundreds of anti-vaccination protesters have opposed socially detached measures at demonstrations in Sydney, Brisbane and Australia Melbourne.
Protesters who claim the Covid-19 pandemic are “frauds” gathered at the Royal Botanic Gardens in Melbourne on Saturday, and carried signs that stated they were against vaccines and 5G technology.
Their placards claim “5G = communism”, “Covid 1984” and “our ignorance is their strength”.
They mocked the police – who wore gloves and masks – who warned the crowd that they were violating social distance rules designed to slow the spread of coronavirus.
In a statement, police said those found violating Covid-19 faced fines of $ 1,652 each.
In Sydney, up to 500 protesters voiced conspiracy theories regarding not only vaccinations but also 5G telecommunications networks, fluoride and major pharmaceutical companies.
The group gathered at Hyde Park in the CBD before holding an anti-vaccination song singalong and walked to the NSW Parliament Building.
They shouted “freedom of choice” and “my body, my choice” in the parade, with some people trying to raise the specter of the “new world order”.
The journey goes without incident or police intervention.
When asked about the protest, Victoria’s chief health officer, Brett Sutton, said “no message can be delivered to people who do not believe in science”.
“Maybe nobody reached them,” he said earlier to reporters.
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