Quarantine Protests End in Arrests in London

Metropolitan police said a group of people in Hyde Park in central London protested the government’s reaction to the COVID-19 pandemic and ignored repeated requests to disperse.
 
London police arrested 19 people on Saturday for intentionally violating social distance rules in protest of coronavirus restrictions, Reuters reported.
 
Metropolitan police said a group of people in Hyde Park in central London protested the government’s reaction to the COVID-19 pandemic and ignored repeated requests to disperse.
 
“The officers once again took a balanced approach and tried to disperse the group. This led to the fact that 19 people were arrested, and another ten received a message about a fixed sentence,” the police said.
 
Recall that in Warsaw, the police ripped off the protesters, who demanded the lifting of quarantine restrictions for businesses, using tear gas.

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