The anger of Melbourne citizens in Australia against austerity measures against the coronavirus pandemic seems to be reaching its highest levels.
Tired of some of the strongest isolation measures that have lasted since the almost onset of the pandemic, hundreds of citizens took to the streets of the Australian city again for several days and clashed again with police.
This time, the protesters had relocated to the Australian War Monument area, where they also encountered a fierce response from law enforcement.
Rubber bullets and tear gas were fired at the protesters, who were unprepared, reminding them that the police would not dare to violate the memory of those killed in the war.
Protests in Australia have intensified following the government’s decision to make anti-Covid vaccination mandatory in some sectors.
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