Police arrest protesters at US-Canada bridge

Police arrest protesters at US-Canada bridge

Police proceeded to remove and arrest remaining protesters near a major US-Canadian border bridge early Sunday, ending one of the main protests against COVID-19 vaccine mandates and other restrictions in Canada and around the world. was trying to

Windsor police said arrests were being made and vehicles were being driven the morning after near Ambassador Bridge connecting Detroit and Windsor, Ontario – the busiest border crossing for US television images as officers detained protesters took in.

Only two pickup trucks and less than a dozen protesters had blocked the road leading to the bridge before police arrived. Afterwards, police barricades remained and it was not immediately clear when the bridge might be opened.

Police on Saturday persuaded protesters to take their pickup trucks and other cars they used to the entrance of the crossing, which accounts for 25 of the total trade between the two countries, although it remained closed.

protest inspires others

Protests on the bridge in Ottawa and elsewhere have resonated outside the country, with similarly inspired convoys in France, New Zealand and the Netherlands, and the US Department of Homeland Security warning that truck convoys could operate in the United States.

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has so far rejected calls to use the military, but said “all options are on the table” to end the protests that have hit the economy on both sides of the border. Trudeau has called the protesters the “fringe” of Canadian society. Ottawa Police said in a statement late Saturday that it has now established a joint command center with the Ontario Provincial Police and the Royal Canadian Mounted Police. He said enforcement would strengthen capabilities that were limited by “security concerns – resulting from aggressive, illegal behavior by many protesters – limited police enforcement capabilities”.

Police earlier issued a statement calling the protest an illegal profession and said they were waiting for reinforcements before implementing a plan to end the demonstrations.

Singapore’s health minister says cases are within expectation

Singapore’s Health Minister Ong Ye Kung has said 15,000-20,000 infections per day in the city-state is something to be expected. On Saturday, Singapore reported 10,505 new cases, the fourth time this week that daily infections have crossed the 10,000-mark. There were eight deaths linked to the virus. “Omicron is highly permeable so reaching 15,000-20,000 or more is within our expectations. So far, it has been. It has been around 10,000 for a few days, which gives us some comfort,” Channel News Asia reported on Saturday. Quoting Ko Kung.

24,73,605 Number of new cases reported globally in the last 24 hours
40,49,10,528 Total number of cases worldwide
57,83,776 total number of deaths worldwide

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