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Hundreds of young people in Düsseldorf, Germany, clashed with the police for not complying with epidemic prevention regulations

Hundreds of young people in Düsseldorf, Germany, clashed with the police for not complying with epidemic prevention regulations

△Düsseldorf police invested a lot of police in the city center on the evening of the 5th.

According to the news released by the police in the western German city of Düsseldorf on the 6th local time, nearly 120 young people gathered in the center of Düsseldorf the previous night, in serious violation of the epidemic prevention restrictions, so they were stopped by law enforcement personnel of the municipal public order office.

But the crowd not only refused to cooperate, but one even launched an attack on law enforcement officials. After receiving the police, the local police rushed to the scene and arrested the young man who attacked the civil servant, only to trigger a strong backlash from dozens of troublemakers around.

They shouted for the release of the arrested people and overthrew the police car. It was not until more police arrived that the young people fled.

According to the Dussel police, 20 police cars were finally dispatched that night and several troublemakers between the ages of 16 and 20 were arrested before the situation was stabilized.

At present, the relevant authorities have initiated criminal proceedings against young men who carried out violent attacks and examined whether to charge other detainees for endangering public security. In addition, they will be fined for violating epidemic prevention regulations.

It is reported that Düsseldorf’s North Rhine-Westphalia is located in Germany’s federal state with a severe epidemic.

According to the latest data released by the German Federal Disease Control Agency on the same day, as of 00:00 local time on the 6th, a total of 284,816 cases of COVID-19 have been confirmed in North Wales, with a new 3,319 new case in a single day; 3,924 deaths and 32 new cases in a single day.

The most populous and densely populated Federal Länder in Germany has had an infection rate of 139.8 in the past seven days, which averaged 100,000 residents.

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