Coronavirus restrictions were protested in the cities of Amsterdam and Eindhoven, the capital city of the Netherlands. 35 people were detained after the clash between the police during the protests.
In the cities of Amsterdam and Eindhoven, the capital of the Netherlands, where the measures were taken against the coronavirus epidemic were tightened, coronavirus restrictions took the public to the streets.
It was stated that during the ongoing protests against the measures in Eindhoven, protesters looted shops and shops and set fire to a police vehicle.
FIGHTING WITH FRESH WATER
It was stated that the police also intervened in the incidents with water cannons and tear gas. In the country where the protests spread to some other regions, it was stated that the police intervened in the protests in the capital Amsterdam.
A similar scene in the city of Eindhoven was experienced in the capital Amsterdam. There was a clash between the protesters and the police. It was announced that 35 people were detained in the protests.
A BAN TO THE STREET HAS BEEN ANNOUNCED UNTIL 9 FEBRUARY
In the Netherlands, since December last year, all businesses and schools other than businesses such as markets, bakeries and pharmacies have been closed.
Within the scope of the fight against the epidemic in the country, a curfew was declared until February 9. 143 people were detained in the anti-restriction protests in the Netherlands last week.
In the country, the total number of cases reached 948 thousand 933 and the total loss of life reached 13 thousand 540.