Barricades were planted in front of a well in Antofagasta and a metro station in Puente Alto, Santiago, in solidarity with the Chileans protesting against President Sebastian Piñera the same day near Plaza Dignidad and in the Alameda.
80 protesters in the Cretan city of Chania gathered to protest against the indefinite banning of demonstrations in Greece under the guise of coronavirus restrictions. In a statement, the Rosa Nera solidarity organization condemned the militarization of both the police and the army, with more police than doctors and F-16s whose cost could pay for 4000 ICU beds.
Protesters in Antofagasta returned to the streets on the birthday of Piñera, the widely hated President of Chile, demanding his immediate resignation. The march went through Bonilla in the city, with heavy police repression almost immediately occurring. Protesters then returned in the hundreds for the night march, which was not attacked by police.