UK anti-mask protests

UK anti-mask protests

UK anti-mask protests
UK anti-mask protests

There have been protests in the UK against wearing masks. Hundreds of activists in Hyde Park, in central London, have staged a government-announced anti-lockdown and anti-mask protest. Protesters held placards with slogans such as "No masks", "I will not wear masks". The anti-Musk protests are being led by a billionaire businessman in the civil aviation industry. Whose total assets amount to 200 million euros. He has also taken legal action. The High Court ruled last month against the government's lockdown restrictions. He started protesting against the mask on July 6. "I believe in the freedom of the individual and I am for him to keep that freedom intact," he said. These steps of the government are destroying the economy. The children cannot go to school. Human rights are being violated.

The organizers of the protest have taken a stand against the government's announcement to make wearing of masks compulsory in shops from July 24. They say it is a ban on deprivation of human freedom. Former opposition leader Remy Corbyn's brother also took part in the protest.

Prime Minister Boris Johnson has announced the easing of Britain's lockdown. He said the decision to relax the lockdown had been taken before Christmas to return Britain to normalcy. However, the country's government has tightened the issue of wearing a mask.

Meanwhile, researchers around the world say that face masks are very effective in preventing corona infections. Despite this, many people object to wearing masks. US President Donald Trump himself has said he does not feel comfortable after the mask. The country's health expert, Fawcett, warned that the situation in the country could worsen if the masks were not worn. However, some countries are taking the issue of wearing a mask very strictly. This includes the European country France. According to the country's news media 24, wearing a mask in public places, including public transport, has been made compulsory in France. Failure to comply could result in a fine of 135 euros. Last week, Prime Minister Jean Castex made it mandatory to wear a mask to combat the second phase of the corona outbreak. The fine rule came into effect from July 20. CNN and Daily Mail.


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