Protests in Australia against compulsory corona vaccine

Thousands strike in Australia over compulsory coronavirus vaccination

They are protesting against the government’s move on Saturday (November 20th), according to an AFP report.

At the same time, some people were reported to have rallied in support of the government’s decision.

As of November 19, about 75 per cent of people over the age of 18 in Australia have been vaccinated against the coronavirus. Many people across the country are getting vaccinated voluntarily. However, in all states and regions of the country, vaccination has been made compulsory for certain occupations.

Those in the country who have not been vaccinated against the corona virus have been banned from attending various concerts and eating at restaurants.

Thousands of anti-vaccine protesters took to the streets of central Melbourne, Australia’s second-largest city. Protests were also reported in Sydney, Brisbane and Perth.

The protesters were seen chanting slogans demanding their independence. Protesters chanted “No to Vaccination, No Vaccine” and “No Vaccination, No Vaccination” slogans.

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