Protesters took to the streets for the weekly Stonewall Black Trans Lives Matter march, which attracted hundreds in attendance. Police followed the demonstrators, but no major clashes occurred throughout the night, with the march ending peacefully.
Dozens of protesters in the city of Antofagasta took to the streets on the Day of the Youth Combatant in Chile, where 2 young activist brothers were murdered by the military dictatorship in the 1980s. Police responded with brutal repression, tear-gassing residential areas as protesters responded with Molotov cocktails.
Bikers took to the streets to protest against a lack of government oversight on the protection of cyclists, who have been killed in the dozens in recent weeks. Demonstrators took Plaza Dignidad and other areas of the city including the Alameda but clashed in significant street battles with police and government forces.
Over 10,000 protesters marched in the Athens district of Nea Smyrni after a couple in a park was attacked by police for supposedly violating COVID guidelines. Police attacked demonstrators with flashbangs and tear gas, which resulted in the crowd assaulting one police officer and leaving him with a nonfatal head injury. For the rest of the night, police ran around the area, brutally assaulting anyone who approached them.
Hundreds of members of the FENATS medical workers’ union protested in the central city of Concepción to demand a higher budget for the health sector to combat COVID-19, including more infrastructure and raises for on-the-ground nurses and doctors. Many in the crowd also called for amnesty for political prisoners and the resignation of Piñera.