Covid-19 in Europe: Prague protesters react against mandatory Covid-19 vaccinations

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Thousands of protesters take to the streets in Prague against mandatory Covid-19 vaccinations.

This comes as neighbouring Austria scraps lockdown for vaccinated people three weeks after rules came in, but retains restrictions for the unvaccinated amid protests.

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