Clashes over health passports in France

The French are protesting against compulsory vaccination

121 thousand people took to the streets of the country, of which 19 thousand were in Paris, French law enforcement officials said.

Residents of France on Saturday, September 11, went to the ninth protest against the “health passports”. During the rallies, there were massive clashes, the police used tear gas and arrested dozens of demonstrators. It is reported by LCI.FR.

So, according to the Ministry of the Interior of France, 121 thousand people took to the streets of the country, of which 19 thousand were in Paris.

It was noted that the situation became tense after lunch on the Grand Boulevard, near Wagram Avenue and Rue de Rivoli, there were clashes, as a result of which the police used tear gas.

In addition, 70 people were arrested in Paris (out of 207 actions that took place throughout the territory).

It is known that some of the protesters used firecrackers. Some groups carried Norman and Royalist flags, and vice versa, the flags of the extreme left, which bore the words “No sanitary passes and vaccination obligations”.

Previously reported in France opponents of tightening government measures to combat coronavirus SARS-CoV-2 again went to protests on August 14.

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