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Saturday, January 16, 2021

Anti-lockdown demonstrations take place in Dublin

Hundreds attended the anti-lockdown protests today in Dublin which was organised by the Yellow Vests Ireland group.

The protests, which took place at Custom House Quay, were against the current Covid-19 restrictions to what demonstrators described as unconstitutional and unnecessary.

Counter-protests took place on Butt Bridge.

Speakers at the rally stated that face coverings should be a choice.

Four arrests were made at the protests but there were no details on which protest they attended.


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