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More than 30 people detained in London for anti-quarantine actions

2 people were detained by London police during a protest against a new quarantine and vaccination against coronavirus. Hundreds of British people came to Trafalgar Square in the capital and formed a human chain there. They did not respond to the calls of the police and the security forces had to resort to radical measures. Two police officers were injured.

Detainees are charged with disorderly conduct and failure to observe precautions in a pandemic. In England, there is a ban on collection by large companies.

Protesters believe that coronavirus is a fake and vaccines are needed for chipping. As a result, many of the protesters did not use protective masks and refused to keep their distance.

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