Police halt coronavirus protest outside Dresden university hospital

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German police ended a demonstration in the eastern city of Dresden against government-imposed anti-coronavirus measures on Thursday evening. The city’s university hospital was the target of the protest, which was billed by organizers as simply a “walk” amid tough restrictions on public gatherings, and had been called for on messaging apps like Telegram. Medical students stood in front of the hospital grounds to protect the building. They lined up in white coats and carried signs with slogans such as “Vaccinate don’t rant” and “No power to the reckless.” A large deployment of police officers re…

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