The planned anti-vaccination demonstration had been banned by the police.  (archive image)

More than 1000 people took to the streets in Hamburg on Saturday against corona deniers and conspiracy ideologies.

Hamburg – More than 1000 people are in Hamburg took to the streets on Saturday against corona deniers and conspiracy ideologies.

The planned anti-vaccination demonstration had been banned by the police. (Archive image) © Georg Wendt/dpa

According to the police, more than 1,000 people gathered at the Dammtor station at noon with a large number of people for a protest march under the motto “Solidarity and education instead of conspiracy ideologies”.

The gathering was originally planned as a counter-demonstration for a large anti-vaccination demonstration, to which up to 15,000 participants were expected.

The police had banned this on Thursday for reasons of infection control. An urgent application by the applicant against the ban was rejected by the administrative court on Friday.

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Further demonstrations were announced during the afternoon – also by opponents of the Corona measures. The police were present with strong forces in the city.

A spokesman said that the demonstration would be looked at as a whole. “And of course we also have an eye on whether the prohibition order is being complied with.”

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