Protest have broken out against the decision of lifting Covid-19 restrictions


On Sunday, 23 January, a protest broke out in the streets of Brussels, where thousands of marchers gathered in the streets against the rules made by the anti-coronavirus, because the person was affected by the new version of the COVID-19 variant.

According to the sources, the assembled people were far more than the earlier demonstrations in Belgium capital to the seat of the EU-European Union and have seen conflicts with the police officers.


Signboards that were taken up by demonstrators criticizing Belgian Prime Minister Alexander de Cru, as well as the COVID pass that shows information about the safety of persons tested against the COVID-19 variant and that pass required for entry into hospitality sites.

Organizers involving the World Wide Demonstration for Freedom & Europeans United for Freedom have asked people to come and reach other European states.

Meanwhile, flags from Poland, the Netherlands and Romania could also be seen within the crowd.

Moreover, the woman travelling from Lile in northern France named Ms Francesca Fanara mentioned, “Since 2020, what has been going on as the year has allowed the individuals to wake up to the corruption. I have also been the part of the protest.”

A person from Portugal, Mr Adolfo Barbosa, said, “It is a health dictatorship. As the people are gathered together, it warms the heart.”

The primary reason for the protest is that when government officials try to lift restrictions imposed due to a surge in cases of the COVID-19 variant Omicron, the variant is highly absorbent.


According to the Health Agency of the European Union, on Friday, the Omicron virus has power and influence over individuals globally. It is spreading over the bloc and some other neighbouring countries.

The World Health Organisation said the Omicron variant is less likely to be a severe illness, but it spreads rapidly.

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