On the 4th of October, a small group of Patriot Prayer members held an anti-BLM rally in Portland. Counterprotestors quickly arrived, with confrontations but no major fights occurring until the slightly larger BLM counterprotest pushed the right-wing group out of the city. Patriot Prayer was heavily armed with assault weapons as well.
Hundreds of protesters took to the streets of Neiva for a 5th day, demanding the immediate withdrawal of healthcare privatization and police violence amid police violence. Despite police attacks with tanks and tear gas early on, the crowd remained peaceful after gathering near a local hospital in support of medical workers.
Hundreds of protesters gathered in the small town of Armenia, demanding the immediate withdrawal of the privatization of hospitals/healthcare and the Tributary Reform in Colombia, which would increase taxes on basic goods and services. Police attacked a 2nd crowd which had gathered at a local toll, using tear gas to disperse the peaceful demonstration.