London hosts protest over COVID-19 restrictions

Thousands of people took to the central streets of London on Saturday to protest against the restrictive measures imposed because of the coronavirus and vaccination passports.

Chanting “freedom,” many people without masks marched through the city with posters of “Medical apartheid,” “No vaccination passports,” and” This is tyranny,” despite the restrictions imposed by the authorities and the calls of the police.

The “Freedom March,” as the organizers called it, began in Hyde Park, with protesters marching along the Thames Embankment, out to Parliament Square, and then back to the park.

According to a young man with a placard,” No vaccination passports. I don’t give consent”: “It’s all about freedom.” He has nothing against people agreeing to be vaccinated against COVID-19. However, as the young man explained to the agency, the government’s plans to use COVID-passports to access mass events and eventually travel abroad lead to discrimination.

“Two people were detained for violating public order and are in custody. Police will maintain a presence on the streets of London throughout the evening. We thank everyone who held a safe demonstration in central London,” the city police told. In general, the next rally of anti-vaccination activists and COVID-dissidents was held calmly, like all the previous ones.

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Author: Steve Cowan
Graduated From Princeton University. He has been at the Free Press since October 2014. Previously worked as a regional entertainment editor.
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