Arrests Made After 'Violent' Anti-Vaccine Protesters Injure Police in London

Police and anti-vaccine protesters clashed in London, England, on Friday, September 3, with at least four officers injured, officials said.

Demonstrators in central London attempted to enter the Medicines and Healthcare products Regulatory Agency (MHRA), which provides authorization for COVID-19 vaccines, according to the BBC.

The Metropolitan Police said that protesters became “violent” toward police, injuring four officers during clashes. The protesters then traveled to South Kensington, police reported, with officers making 10 arrests.

This video taken by Twitter user @PaulBrown_UK outside the MHRA shows scuffles between demonstrators and police. Credit: @PaulBrown_UK via Storyful

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