One of the biggest moves It was organized in Hamburg, and was attended by about 16,000 people, according to police. The organizers warned the participants, via a loudspeaker, to wear a mask and to maintain the required distance. However, many did not heed the call. Police said one protester had a Star of David on his robe with loose writing and was being investigated on suspicion of incitement.
There were also many demonstrations in Majdipur, Friborg and Schwerin. And in the German capital, Berlin, about two hundred people protested against the precautionary measures to prevent the spread of the epidemic.
There were also demonstrations in the opposite direction: 2,500 people took to the streets to express their dissatisfaction with the behavior of peers who refuse vaccinations and viruses.
During a demonstration in Zwönitz on Friday night, police were attacked with pyrotechnics. The protesters were eventually suppressed by the time they resolved. The police launched an investigation.
German Health Minister Karl Lauterbach told Welt am Sonntag over the weekend: Antivirals and antivirals lost volume.
A small group is ready to wipe scientific facts off the table and voluntarily close the door on the world of appearances.
– Tell. According to Lauterbach, this is a new and disturbing development in Germany’s recent history.
As we wrote in another article earlier this afternoon, Lauterbach specifically argued for compulsory vaccination in this interview, so that in the event of another wave of epidemics in the fall, countries would not be surprised by the mutations and start all defense again.
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