In Berlin during the mass protests against introduction in Germany of measures to combat the spread of coronavirus infection COVID-19, which took place on 1 August, 45 police officers were injured. About it reported the press service of the police of Berlin.
Police detained 133 people, according to a release.
The Ministry said that the initiated 89 criminal investigations and recorded 36 administrative offenses. Among other things, initiated criminal proceedings for resisting law enforcement, court processes for breach of the peace, and the marks of unconstitutional organizations.
Yesterday it was reported that 18 police officers were injured during the termination of protest actions in Berlin.
1 August in the German capital Berlin held a protest against the restrictionsassociated with a coronavirus. It was reported about 20 thousand participants. Protests were held in several districts of the city, including in front of the Reichstag and near the Brandenburg gate, where the meeting was held under the motto “the End of the pandemic – the Day of freedom.” The police urged people to disperse. There have been clashes between police and some protesters.