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after, after 51 people were arrested and seven injured during a demonstration in Rotterdam on FridayA group canceled their plans to demonstrate in Amsterdam. However, several thousand demonstrated in the Dutch capital on Saturday.
according to Watchman Four people are being treated in hospital for serious injuries after the riots in Rotterdam on Friday.
Demonstrations against the lockdown also erupted in the western Dutch city of The Hague on Saturday. Hundreds of people were said to have thrown stones and other objects at the police.
Protesters gathered in The Hague at a crossroads in a working-class neighborhood, where they set a pile of bicycles on fire. At least one person has been arrested.
The government of the Netherlands presented last weekend for three long weeks “soft closing”. This means that several types of shops and restaurants should close between 18-20. People are also asked not to visit more than four people per day.
Raging against new lockdowns
She wrote that about 35,000 people demonstrated on Saturday afternoon in Vienna Reuters. Strict measures related to the coronavirus and the new lockdown in Austria from Monday have led to people taking to the streets.
The demonstrators carried flags and posters that read “No to vaccination”, “Enough is enough” and “Down with the fascist dictatorship”.
About 1,300 police were watching the demonstration.
Police reported that fewer than ten people had been arrested. Whether for violating coronavirus restrictions or for carrying Nazi symbols.
It was the Freedom Party that asked the people to take to the streets. The far-right party is the third largest in the country. On Friday, leader Herbert Kekel wrote on his Facebook page that Austria had become a dictatorship. Kickl himself has coronavirus and cannot participate.
New injury record
The protests in Austria come after Prime Minister Alexander Schallenberg announced new strict measures on Friday.
Among other things, they mean that Austria will enter a new lockdown from Monday. The reason is the high infection rates.
While there was already a separate closure system for the non-vaccinated, this also applied to the vaccinated. Initially, the lockdown will last for ten days, but it can be extended to 20. The government will also make coronary artery vaccination mandatory from February.
On Thursday, more than 15,000 new cases of infection were recorded in one day. It’s a new record. In addition, Austria’s vaccination rate is among the lowest in Western Europe. About 65 percent of the country’s population has been fully vaccinated.
Buses transport people from all over the country
At the same time, several thousand demonstrators marched in the Croatian capital Zagreb to protest the new measures to control the infection.
Croatian radio reported that buses transported people from all over the country to the capital in connection with the demonstration.
Demonstrators are calling for the resignation of conservative Prime Minister Andrei Plenkovic.
Croatia has seen a sharp rise in cases in the past, and in the past seven days, an average of 58 people have lost their lives to COVID-19 every day.
Since Tuesday, only people who have recently been vaccinated, had COVID-19 or tested negative for COVID-19 have access to public buildings.
Infection pressure is increasing in Europe
The situation of infection in Europe is tragic. Of the 12 countries with the highest infection pressure in the world, they are all located in Europe. Shows numbers from Johns Hopkins University.
In the Czech Republic, a new infection record was set on Saturday with 22,936 new cases of infection. According to the authorities, the new closure is not significant.
In Slovakia, there is also an injury record. On Friday, 9,171 new cases were recorded.
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