Police in Berlin dissolved on Saturday evening, a demonstration that had gathered 20,000 people. They protested against the government's requirements on, among other mundbind and physical distance during coronakrisen.
Several of demonstrationens leaders of cops removed from a scene, while there was left from the many that had turned up on the Unter den Linden and the Brandenburg Gate to protest.
the Police did on Saturday night in the estimate of participants in the demonstration from 15,000 to 20,000.
the Reasons for dissolving the large assembly was that the participants not complied with the requirement to carry mundbind and not kept physical distance to each other.
Despite an increase in Germany in the number of people infected with covid-19 was the many turned up in the German capital to protest against the government's restrictions.
As they gathered earlier in the day, was shouted 'freedom' and 'resistance'.
- The biggest conspiracy is the pandemic with the coronavirus, said a second interjection.
- In stealing our freedom, said a third.
apparently It was people with very different backgrounds, who had turned up, including people who oppose being vaccinated against coronavirus.
But a counter-demonstration was not in doubt, who also attended.
- Out with the nazis, it sounded from here.
the Police made sure that the two demonstrations did not come to cross each other, and there were no reported clashes.
Germany has from the first major outbreak in march had the luck to limit coronasmitten. But the authorities can again report an increase in the number of people with covid-19.
Saskia Esken, that the president of the socialist ruling party, the SPD, is calling on Twitter the participants in Saturday's big demonstration in Berlin for the 'Covidioten'.
- They bring not just our health at risk, they also put our results against the pandemic in danger, she writes.
Economy minister, Peter Altmaier from the other governing party, the CDU, believes it must have consequences to demonstrate in the way, as has happened in Berlin.
He says that he is in favour of harsher penalties for breaking the rules, which apply during the pandemic.
Germany has in the past day registered a further 955 newly infected with covid-19, informs the Robert Koch-institute.