Hundreds of demonstrators across Australia have broken social distancing rules to protest against vaccinations, 5G and the coronavirus pandemic.

Protesters gathered at the Royal Botanic Gardens in Melbourne on Saturday and claimed the global COVID-19 health crisis was a ‘scam’.

There are more than five-million cases of coronavirus cases across the globe and at least 350,000 people have died. Australia has recorded more than 7,000 infections and the death toll sits at 103 following the successful implementation of social distancing restrictions.

Brazen demonstrators also carried signs declaring they were against vaccines and 5G technology.
Hundreds of demonstrators across Australia have broken social distancing rules to protest against vaccinations, 5G and the coronavirus pandemic
Pictured: Police on horses watch the crowd during the protest at the Botanical Gardens in Melbourne on Saturday


A demonstrator comes face-to-face with a police officer during Saturday’s rally in Melbourne
The protesters booed police – clad in gloves and face masks – who warned the crowd they were breaching social-distancing rules designed to slow the spread of coronavirus. In a statement, Victoria Police said those found in breach of COVID-19 directions faced fines of $1,652 each

Their placards stated ‘5G = communism’, ‘COVID 1984’ and ‘our ignorance is their strength’.

Vaccinations are a simple, safe and effective way of protecting people against harmful diseases before they come into contact with them, the Australian Government says.


The jabs protect individuals and others in the community, by reducing the spread of preventable diseases.
The protesters booed police – clad in gloves and face masks – who warned the crowd they were breaching social-distancing rules designed to slow the spread of coronavirus.
In a statement, Victoria Police said those found in breach of COVID-19 directions faced fines of $1,652 each.


Up to 500 protesters congregated at Sydney’s Hyde Park to voice their conspiracy theories regarding not only vaccination, but also 5G telecommunication networks, fluoride and large pharmaceutical corporations.

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