“Corona walks”: Rhein-Berg’s police are expecting further demos against corona measures


Around 330 critics of the corona policy, mostly armed with candles, went on “Corona walks” in Rhein-Berg on Monday. When asked, the police reported around 200 participants in the Bergisch Gladbach city center, 100 in Wermelskirchen, around 30 in Rösrath-Hoffnungsthal and around ten in Overath.

The situation was peaceful everywhere, however, says Carina Höfelmanns, spokeswoman for the district police. It was a largely silent protest with candles and mini flashlights. The police accompanied the “Corona walks” on Monday evening, and according to Höfelmanns they also rate them as an event, even if they have not yet been officially registered.

The only officially registered so far has been the corona measures demonstration, which so far has always taken place on Monday evening at Konrad-Adenauer-Platz in Bergisch Gladbach, according to Höfelmanns. It has now been postponed to Thursday by the organizers. Presumed reason: to leave space for more “Corona walks” on Monday.
The district police expect in the coming weeks in any case more “walks” like on Monday, said police spokeswoman Höfelmanns. “We now know, and of course we will continue to monitor it.”


Source: Kölner Stadt-Anzeiger – Kölner Stadt-Anzeiger by www.ksta.de.

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