Strange mix of anti-lockdown in Germany

LEIPZIG, GERMANY—People are protesting prior a rally against coronavirus lockdown measures during the second wave of the pandemic on November 21, 2020 in Leipzig, Germany. The demonstration, which includes a range of protesters including "neo-Nazis, hooligans, conspiracy theory activists and ordinary citizens", comes on the heels of a similar protest in Leipzig on November 7 organized by the Querdenken movement that drew up to 30,000 people, spun out of control and led to violent confrontations with police. Germany is currently in a four-week semi-lockdown that will likely be extended into. (Photo by Jens Schlueter/Getty Images)

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