BRUSSELS (Reuters) – About 35,000 people took to the streets of Brussels on Sunday to protest government restrictions on the fight against the Covid-19 pandemic, police said.
There were some clashes between protesters and police, with protesters throwing smoke bombs and fireworks, reports Le Soir.
The situation later normalized, police said.
Belgium tightened restrictions on fighting coronaviruses on Wednesday, requiring more extensive use of masks and forcing homework as cases rose amid the country’s fourth wave of Covid-19.
(By Sabine Siebold)
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