Artisanal fishers across Chile took to the streets to demand state aid and subsidization for their sector of work, made up of mostly indigenous families whose minimum wage stands at around $389 USD. Demonstrators burned tires and blocked roads, causing as much disruption as possible to force a concession of their demands.
Dozens of antifascists returned to the streets of Sacramento to combat the weekly Stop the Steal rally attended by Proud Boys, marching as well in support of the Indian Farmers’ Protest solidarity event going on at the same time. Several clashes broke out, with pepper spray being used and a shield wall being formed.
The city of Ancud in Chile barricaded most entry and exit roads as Chile entered its 4th week of quarantine, stating that the citizens of the town had a complete lack of basic resources to survive. Protesters state that quarantine would continue to be opposed until the town could be assured that enough supplies could come through to survive.