Thousands have gathered in cities across Australia to protest against mandatory vaccinations despite the media trying to frame them all as “anti-vaxxers’ which is not true. There are many at the protest who are in fact vaccinated but are there to protest against Dictator Dan Andrews’ ‘lockout’ and segregation of unvaccinated.
Demonstrators took to the streets in Sydney and also in Melbourne on Sunday to protest the introduction of vaccine mandates across several industries.
Sydney’s Hyde Park was flooded with protesters that brandished colorful flags and posters that read: ‘You can say no’ and ‘No vaccine passport’.
In Melbourne, thousands congregated outside Parliament House on Spring Street before marching down Bourke Street and chanting ‘free Victoria’.
In Hobart, a large crowd held a minute’s silence for unvaccinated workers who had lost their jobs.
The organized protests are part of a national day of action with rallies in Queensland, Perth, and Canberra also kicking off on Sunday.
Protesters in Melbourne were seen holding homemade placards that read ‘reclaim the line’, ‘my body, my choice’ and ‘freedom needs no passport’.