In France, more than 210 thousand people protest against sanitary passes

About 214 thousand people took part in demonstrations against sanitary passes in different cities of France, almost 14 thousand of them – in Paris, the BFM TV channel reports with reference to the Ministry of Internal Affairs of the country.

It is noted that 214,845 people took part in demonstrations across the country on Saturday. This figure has decreased for the first time since the beginning of the protests against sanitary passes, which are taking place in the country for the fifth weekend in a row.

At the actions that took place in Paris, 13,900 opponents of sanitary passes gathered.

A total of 217 shares were held in France this Saturday. During the demonstrations, 11 people were arrested, and one police officer was slightly injured.

On Saturday, three demonstrations against sanitary passes were held in the French capital.

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