A series of serious incidents and moments of tension they lived during the last hours in the heart of Quilmes, when a group of protesters antivacunas provoked unrest wanting to break into a fast food place.
The episode occurred on Wednesday afternoon, when a group of approximately 20 people began to protest on the Rivadavia pedestrian street against the health pass implemented by the national government.
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Although at first the group had gathered in front of the Cathedral of Quilmes, located in Miter and Rivadavia, the demonstrators then marched through the pedestrian towards Hipólito Yrigoyen street.
But in the middle of his journey, and passing through a fast food place located between San Martín and Moreno, they detected that there they demanded the sanitary pass. For this reason, they approached the place and, in a few minutes, transformed the verbal complaints into unrest.
In the images that quickly went viral on social networks, you can see how the workers began to lock the entrance door, while in the middle of abuse protesters pushed from outside. During the riots there was struggles, screams and even punches.
The reaction of the municipality of Quilmes due to the anti-vaccine riots
After the incidents, the municipality reported that various of the protesters were already identified, and they will be denounced for violating sanitary measures, as published Info Quilmes.
“There are some identified and we are going to be presenting at the prosecution shift. As a municipality we are not going to allow this type of violence by anyone and we are not going to let a tiny group of anti-vax mistreat to workers or residents of the district”, warned the sources consulted from the southern commune of Greater Buenos Aires.
In this sense, the spokespersons added: “There is a situation of violence by anti-vaccines in different places: in shops, vaccinations. We have to be responsible and understand that this is a health policy that will allow us end up with the pandemic.”
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The sources added that “from the Municipality of Quilmes we are carrying out a strong campaign to promote non-violence, understanding that nothing justifies abuse to the workers, to our doctors and nurses who during all this time have been working hard to take care of the people.”
Within the district governed by Mayra Mendoza, from the last Friday The sanitary pass is required in all commercial premises of the pedestrian by a municipal order.