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Protests in Germany against COVID-19 rules - They call themselves “Second Wave”

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Protests in Germany against COVID-19 rules - They call themselves “Second Wave”"Take off the masks", "no compulsory vaccination", or "return of freedoms!""Don't vaccinate your children, resistance, resistance! - Were chanting demonstrators. Several thousand demonstrators demanded Saturday in Berlin for the abolition of restrictive measures to combat Covid-19, whose new infections nevertheless worry authorities. According to police, up to 17,000 people took part in demonstrations against the government’s coronavirus restrictions at different locations across Berlin on Saturday. Many German leaders warn of coronavirus resurgence, condemn protests. As of Monday, according to the country's disease control center, the Robert Koch Institute, there were a total, of 209,893...
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