Anti-coronavirus isolation protesters injure police in London
Several thousand people gathered to protest against isolation in London. At first, the police did not disperse citizens, but later there were clashes between law enforcement officers and protesters, who began to throw water bottles at law enforcement officers. One woman fell to the ground as police tried to calm the demonstrators.
At least nine police officers are known to have been injured, and two of them required hospitalization. Three protesters were injured and 16 people were arrested.
Earlier in September, who predicted that the number of coronavirus victims in the world could reach 2 million. This was stated by the Director of the world health organization (who) program for health emergencies, Michael Ryan.
An outbreak of COVID-19 pneumonia caused by a new type of coronavirus was first recorded in December 2019 in Wuhan, China. On March 11, who declared a pandemic.