More than 260 people detained in Australia after protests due to quarantine

Australia was overwhelmed by mass protests. People went to the streets to express their dissatisfaction with quarantine restrictions.

More than 260 people detained in Australia after protests due to quarantine

This is reported by the “Correspondent”, referring to the publication of Brisbane Times. Melbourne and Sydney shares became foci.

Ringings were not limited to a peaceful protest. There were collisions between civilian and policemen. The demonstrators threw the law enforcement with water bottles and stones. Police officers to beat back from the protesters, they applied pepper gas to them.

Commissioner of the North-West Police Department of Melbourne Mark Gallitis said that at least ten officers were injured. At the same time, six of them had to hospitalize.

In addition, less mass and violent demonstrations were held in two settlements – Brisbane and Adelaide. While it is known that the police detained more than 260 protests.

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