Organizers stopped the march and were criticized by the police for failing to observe social distancing and mask regulations early Saturday and Saturday.
The demonstrators were called “Freedom Day-the end of the pandemic” by the organizers and included anti-vaccine groups and some far-right and neo-Nazi organizations. In the live broadcast of the event, some protesters may be heard shouting: “We are the second wave.”
Germany’s current coronavirus guidelines stipulate that people must keep a distance of 1.5 meters (about 5 feet). If this is not possible, a mask must be worn. The Berlin police said on Twitter that most of the protesters did not follow the rules of keeping away from society or wear masks.
The Berlin police said on Twitter: “Our colleagues are shouting to urge compliance with the rules. We have also recorded non-compliance and may be prosecuted in the future.” Rules.
The police warned that about 17,000 protesters took part in the march, and they were allowed to participate in the march only if they were wearing face masks and maintaining social distancing.
The live broadcast of the protest showed that almost no one was wearing a mask, although the host of the ceremony told the crowd on the stage to keep their physical distance so as not to give the authorities “excuses” to disrupt the incident.
The data was released on Saturday morning, but reflected Friday’s figures. The last increase in the number of new coronavirus cases recorded in Germany was in May.
After the pandemic has been basically brought under control, the German government has warned that coronavirus cases will increase again.
The institute stated that the lack of strict enforcement of social distancing and sanitation regulations and passengers returning from abroad are responsible for the sharp increase in cases.
“Especially because it is not a big’hot spot’ but a small group of infections. The main risks need to be clearly pointed out so that targeted prevention becomes possible,” Altmaier wrote.
According to a new directive from the German Ministry of Health, starting from Saturday, all travelers to Germany will receive free coronavirus testing within 72 hours of arrival.