Greece / Violent protests against compulsory vaccination
The next protest organized in the Greek capital Athens, against the government's plans to make the vaccine mandatory for all citizens has degraded into violence and required the intervention of special forces and the use of tear gas to disperse the crowds.
About 5,000 Greek citizens marched in front of Parliament waving national flags and chanting anti-government slogans. Following calls from law enforcement to disperse the protest, people responded by throwing stones and other hard objects at police.
The current plans of the Greek government are to make the vaccine mandatory for all civil servants, teachers and employees in the healthcare sector. Meanwhile, impossible life will be made for all other citizens who do not want to be vaccinated, as PCR tests no older than 48 hours will be needed to attend university lectures, to enter bars, restaurants, cinemas, museums, stadiums or to attend public events where there will be a lot of participation, making getting the vaccine effectively mandatory to lead a normal life.