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US Covid-19: in Naples, violence between the police and opponents of the curfew

13:40  24 october  2020
13:40  24 october  2020 Source:   lepoint.fr

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Hundreds of protesters in Naples threw projectiles at police and set rubbish bins on fire late Friday during a demonstration against coronavirus restrictions People protest after regional authorities in the southern Campania region imposed a curfew to curb the spread of the coronavirus in Naples , Italy

COVID - 19 cases across Italy have risen seven-fold since the start of the month, jumping to 19,143 on Friday and raising fears that the pandemic is Prostestors clashed with police in Naples tonight as a curfew was imposed to curb the growing spread of coronavirus. Hundreds of activists, many wearing

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In the evening of Friday October 23, violence broke out in Naples between the forces and hundreds of demonstrators protesting against the night curfew and the threat of new confinement to stem the outbreak of coronavirus contaminations. Around 11 p.m., at the start of the curfew which runs every night until 5 a.m. in Campania, the region of Naples (south of Italy ) several hundred people, often young, lit smoke bombs, set fire to garbage cans and launched projectiles at riot police deployed in the city center.

Calls had been launched on social networks to challenge the curfew decreed from Friday evening in Campania , and also in force in Lazio, the region of Rome, and in Lombardy, the region of Milan (north ). "If you close, you pay", could we read on makeshift signs brandished by demonstrators worried about the economic consequences of the curfew and a new confinement that the president of the region of Naples, Vincenzo De Luca, has announced wanting to impose as soon as possible.

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VIOLENCE exploded in Naples , Italy, on Friday as thousands protested against new coronavirus lockdown restrictions. Jakub Wondreys posted a video of the disorder on Twitter with the caption: “Big anti-regional government COVID - 19 restrictions protests are happening right now in Naples , Italy.

Philippines: Curfew Violators Abused. COVID - 19 Response Should Respect Detainee Rights. Most of the arrests are for violating curfew but some are for violating “social distancing” and quarantine regulations. Other cities and provinces enforced their own lockdowns following Duterte’s action

500,000 positive cases in Italy since the start of the epidemic

"We are on the verge of tragedy, we need a national lockdown", worried Vincenzo De Luca while Italy recorded nearly 20,000 new positive cases for Covid-19 in the last 24 hours, including 2,300 in Campania. If scientists and regional governors urge him to take urgent measures, Prime Minister Giuseppe Conte says he is currently opposed to a new generalized containment. Italy, which the spring containment precipitated in its worst post-war economic recession, has recorded nearly 500,000 positive cases since the start of the pandemic, including 37,059 deaths, according to figures from the Ministry of Health released on Friday.

Come governo stiamo concentrando le forze per aiutare gli italiani onesti. Esercenti, baristi, imprenditori, operai, non protestano in questo modo. Chi aggredisce the @poliziadistato to a delinquente. Stop. #Napoli #lockdown #campania pic.twitter.com/vk8WMYjV1H

? Carlo Sibilia (@carlosibilia) October 23, 2020

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