Demonstrations across Europe, 600 surnames in Berlin protest against control of Koro

Thousands of people in Israel also opposed the restrictions of Koro

UK opens borders to facilitate tourism for both vaccine doses

Sydney: In the German capital Berlin, 600 protesters have been detained so far after military action in various parts of the world to protest against the control of the Corona epidemic. Even in Israel, where most vaccinations are given, thousands demonstrated in Tel Aviv against coroner sanctions.

Despite a five-week lockdown in the Australian city of Sydney, the government has reported 207 new cases in the past 24 hours, prompting the military to crack down on the coronavirus pandemic in the city.

There are currently 300 soldiers stationed in Sydney who are following the rules of isolation from house to house with positive people. So far, more than 3,500 cases of corona have been reported in the city of Sydney since the lockdown in June.

Throughout the city of Berlin, the German capital, thousands of people were keeping an eye on the streets and dispersers protesting the control of Koro in the German city. The police had pulled out 600 appointments.

Local authorities in Stuttgart suppressed the Kurdankar movement, but on Sunday, police in Berlin took to the streets of the police carrying 2,000 officers. Police also used hustle and sticks to disperse the crowd. For the third consecutive weekend in France, more than two million people took to the streets to protest against the vaccine for the corona virus.

Thousands of Israelis protest in Tel Aviv against new coronavirus cases and an increase in hospitalizations in Israel. Despite the introduction of Corona booster doses in Israel, Israelis protested against the government when new cases of Corona increased.

Meanwhile, the UK has opened its borders to welcome vaccinated tourists from both the US and Europe. The tourism industry urged the government to further relax the controls. Britain has added an orange light to its traffic light system that will allow people to enter the country without a ten-day self-isolation.