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German police ban demonstrations against anti-Covid-19 measures

German police ban demonstrations against anti-Covid-19 measures

Berlin, Aug 2 (Prensa Latina) The German Police on Monday prohibited the holding of three demonstrations against the Government's measures to contain the spread of the SARS-CoV-2 coronavirus, after violent incidents recorded over the weekend.
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Convened by the Querdenken extremist group (Lateral Thinkers), thousands of citizens took the streets in Berlin on Sunday to speak out against the movement’s restrictions and the Covid-19 vaccination.

German officials reported clashes with participants in the protests, in which 600 people were arrested and 10 officers were injured.

Two marches were expected this Monday near Tiergarten Park and a third in Potsdam Square, which would bring together more than 11,000 individuals.

According to the Robert Koch Institute, Germany has so far reported 3,772,109 Covid-19 contagions and 91,660 deaths due to complications related to the disease.

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