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Monday, November 22, 2021

Netherlands: vandalism and violence in European cities against Covid restrictions, many people injured

The Netherlands government had announced the imposition of a curfew from 9 pm to 4:30 am to stop the pace of Covid infection till 10 February. This was followed by violent processions on Sundays in The Hague, Enschede, Amsterdam etc. So far more than 500 people have been detained in connection with the violence in Urk town.
Riots spread across Europe, including the Netherlands, in protest against the Covid restrictions. The riots that broke out in Rotterdam, Netherlands on Saturday spread to other cities of the country on Sunday. The government had announced the imposition of curfew from 9 pm to 4:30 am till February 10 to stop the pace of Covid infection. On Sunday, violent processions were taken out in The Hague, Enschede, Amsterdam etc. So far more than 500 people have been detained in connection with the violence in Urk town.

More than 10 thousand people took to the streets in Austria

On the other hand, people protested in other countries of Europe against the Corona ban. Angered by the new restrictions, thousands of protesters gathered on the streets of Austria, Croatia and Italy.

Many governments across Europe have imposed new restrictions to get rid of this epidemic. In Austria, more than 10,000 people demonstrated in the capital Vienna after the government announced a nationwide lockdown again. The government has made it mandatory to get the vaccine in February.

Austria is the first country in Europe to make vaccination a legal requirement. At the same time, thousands of people marched in the capital Zagreb against making vaccination mandatory for public sector workers in Croatia.

On the other hand, in Italy's capital Rome, about four thousand people protested against making 'Green Pass' certificate mandatory in workplaces, government vehicles and public places. At the same time, French authorities have sent several dozen more policemen to control the unrest in the Caribbean island of Guadeloupe. The Foreign Department of France works here. There are also reports of arson in Brussels, Belgium. Whereas British Health Minister Sajid Javid has said that there are no plans to change the travel rules between Britain and Germany.

8000 fine for curfew violation in Netherlands

A provision of a fine of about eight thousand rupees (95 euros) has been made for those who violate the Covid curfew. This curfew will be applicable across the country from 9 pm to 4:30 am. However, according to a survey, 70 percent of the people of the country believe that the government's decision to impose curfew is right.

World Health Organization also expressed concern

The World Health Organization has also expressed concern over the increasing cases of corona in the European continent. Regional director Dr. Hans Klug said, if strict measures are not taken across Europe, five lakh more people could die in the next four months.