France: Freedom Convoy to block Paris over COVID restrictions’

In France, the protestors from various parts of Europe took to the street in outrage against the restrictions of the COVID-19 pandemic and dove towards Paris with the camper vans, cars and trucks to blockage the French capital on Friday, February 11, 2022.

Moreover, the protestors have also faced the ban of the police officials, and the protestors have been protesting in outrage against the vaccination protocols of the French government and other anti-virus rules.

Moreover, a total of 7000 police officials have been deployed by the Paris regional authorities to tackle the mob of the demonstrators and to prevent a blockade.

The demonstrators have also been threatened by the authorities of the imposition of heavy fines against those who are not following the protest ban in the country. The government has cited that protest ban s necessary to maintain peace and discipline in society and also to prevent risk to public order.

Moreover, various demonstrations group have also called for their journey to Brussels and the European Union in order to make successful the freedom convoy against the COVID-19 restrictions. The journey could be started on Monday, February 14, 2022.

The government of Belgium have also banned the protest and freedom convoy scheduled for Friday in Vienna.

Earlier, the freedom convoy was initiated by the truckers from Canada that have capitalised the global attention.

As per the COVID-19 restrictions of France, due to the surge in the COVID-19 and by recognising the importance of the vaccine, the authorities of France have mandated the vaccination for the citizens to get access to any public spaces.

However, the government has also eased many COVID-19 restrictions, but the country has witnessed the protest on a weekly basis for several months against the COVID-19 restriction, such as mandatory vaccination.

The vast majority of people who are adults in France has been immunised against the viral infection caused by the novel coronavirus.

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