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Covid-19: Why are there protests in Europe? | BBC

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Over the previous two nights, unrest has erupted in the Netherlands as a result of new lockdown regulations. Protests have also taken place in Austria, Croatia, and Italy as a result of additional limitations imposed in response to an increase in coronavirus cases across Europe. The World Health Organization (WHO) stated it was “extremely concerned” about the rising number of infections and that limits are needed to slow the virus’ spread. In order to combat growing illnesses, many European countries are enacting new regulations. After the government announced a new nationwide lockdown and intentions to make vaccination mandatory in February 2022, tens of thousands of people revolted in Vienna, Austria’s capital. It is the first European country to make vaccination a legal necessity. From Monday, the country will go into a 20-day nationwide lockdown, with all but necessary stores closed and individuals forced to work from home.


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