Britain. They protest in London for imprisonment and Kovid passports

London police injured as anti-lockdown protests turn violent

According to the Metropolitan Police, five people were arrested for offences including assault on a police officer.

Photographs posted on social media show a female police officer bleeding from a cut to her head, while another suffered a similar wound on his forehead. Police said that two officers eventually had to go to hospital, but that they were not seriously injured.

In response to the marked improvement in health conditions in the United Kingdom, the march also surpassed London, as it began lifting sanctions - the country most affected in Europe by Kovid-19 with more than 127,000 dead - and vaccinated.

John Apter, national chairman of the Police Federation of England and Wales, said "These officers are just doing a job, they're somebody's son, daughter they're mums and dads".

"To be targeted in the way they are says a lot about the society we've become".

"I will continue to do my best to support them but I need Government to do more, much more".

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It marked the first, tentative steps toward what both countries hope will become a gradual reopening to the rest of the world. There was also one historical case of Covid-19 to report since yesterday - a recent returnee who had recovered.

The protesters view Covid-19 restrictions as unnecessary and a breach of their human rights.

The demonstrators carried flags and placards with "no new normal" and "no vaccine passport".

Equipped with banners and signs on which one could read slogans "You are checking", "No Mask, No Wax, No Configuration", or "Let's take back our freedom!"

People at an anti-lockdown protest in Hyde Park, London.

Although large gatherings in public places are still prohibited, Several groups of people have asked to demonstrate in small groups against the recent restrictions That still exists in the United Kingdom and against the possibility of being examined by the Executive Authority, that the vaccination passport will be approved.

After more than three months, the roofs of non-essential shops, pubs and restaurants and hairdressers and gyms reopened in England about two weeks ago, returning the cities for their livelihood.

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