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19:05  01 august  2020
19:05  01 august  2020 Source:   ouest-france.fr

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 Coronavirus: authorities accused of mismanagement in southern Peru © Handout / PRESIDENCIA DEL PERU / AFP Peruvian President Martin Vizcarra was heckled during his visit to the city of Arequipa earlier this week. Despite an extended lockdown until July 31, Arequipa, Peru's second city, faces an explosion in the number of cases and deaths of the coronavirus. As a result, the city's hospitals are overwhelmed. Angry health workers and patients 'families denounce the authorities' mismanagement.

Environ 15 000 personnes ont manifesté à Berlin ce 1er août pour dénoncer la limitation des libertés individuelles dans la lutte contre le coronavirus . restrictions © AFP Photo / JOHN MACDOUGALL About 15,000 people demonstrated in Berlin on August 1 to denounce the limitation of individual freedoms in the fight against the coronavirus.

The organizers were expecting 500,000 people, but there were still 15,000 marching on August 1 in Berlin to protest against the measures taken to contain the coronavirus epidemic. A mobilization criticized in Germany.

Une banderole anti-masque... © Photo REUTERS / FABRIZIO BENSCH An anti-mask banner ...

Several thousand demonstrators hostile to measures restricting individual freedoms to fight the Covid-19 in Germany marched peacefully on Saturday afternoon in the center from Berlin.

Estimated at some 15,000 by the police, the demonstrators were ultimately much less numerous than the 500,000 announced by the organizers of this mobilization called the end of the pandemic - Freedom Day.

Among the participants in this motley procession, which was heading towards the Brandenburg Gate, several chanted we are the second wave, resistance or even the biggest conspiracy theory is the pandemic of the new coronavirus.

Quotas of "coronavirus PV" for police officers in Brussels? .
© Sander de Wilde / Getty Images Quotas of "coronavirus reports" for the police in Brussels? The Brussels security forces have been ordered to draw up a minimum quota of reports per day, which is illegal. "At least two reports drawn up per patrol, per day", this is the instruction that the Brussels police officers would have received from their hierarchy, affirms on condition of anonymity an agent with Sudinfo.

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