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In Paris, clashes began between opponents of coronavirus measures and the police

In Paris, clashes began between opponents of coronavirus measures and the police

In Paris, clashes with the police began at the actions of opponents of the restrictions imposed to combat the coronavirus, including sanitary passes.

In the Port de Champerre area, protesters took to the main avenue, which caused traffic to be suspended. The police used tear and water cannons to push back the crowd.

Earlier it was reported that mass against “sanitary passes” and mass began in many French cities.

In Paris, the rally was organized by the Yellow Vests movement, several thousand people gathered on Bastille Square. The second demonstration in the French capital was started by the Patriots party on Trocadero Square. Residents of Lyon, Dunkirk, Perpignan, and Nice are also protesting against restrictions.

In France, 6,015,469 people were infected with the coronavirus, 111,778 patients died.



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