London –rallied throughout Europe over the weekend, voicing their dissatisfaction with the government’s intended measures . Many European countries have closed schools and businesses and asked people to stay in their homes.
Thousands of people took to the streets in Germany, even though the country had it, The Associated Press reported. In Munich, authorities said that more than 1,000 people had gathered. In Stuttgart, there were more than 5,000 demonstrators, according to the AP.
In the Polish capital Warsaw, police used tear gas against demonstrators and declared the protest illegal because it had not been approved in advance, AP said. Dozens of people, including a senator, were reportedly detained.
In England, despite having a lockdown action had been a bit relaxed last week, around 50 people gathered at London’s Hyde Park on Saturday as part of a national rally. Nineteen were arrested, according to London Metropolitan Police.
It was the first weekend since the lockdown of the country began in March that people were allowed to meet with their non-household members, as long as they did it one at a time, and from an appropriate distance. However, at a meeting in Hyde Park, the rules of social distance were violated.
“I work for a mental health charity, and I’m worried about the impact of locking on people with mental illness,” a London protester named David, who declined to give his last name, told CBS News.
“You know there is a virus happening, we have to take care of each other, we have to share love with each other rather than fear and avoidance,” he said.
Some London protesters also condemned the 5G vaccine and cellphone network.
“It’s the same as ordinary flu. They have killed the whole world because of the flu,” protester Reese Roberts told CBS News.
“If you jump out of an airplane and you have a COVID on your body, (they will put) COVID-19 on your death certificate,” he said.
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