Protesters in Italy took to the streets after a military-style quarantine was announced without a stimulus being passed, leading to possible widespread financial catastrophe. Most groups have no ties to the anti-mask movement, and most demonstrators are seen wearing masks.
Around 10,000 protesters in the Greek-controlled part of Nicosia took to the streets against corruption and nationalism preventing negotiations for unification of Cyprus, an island long divided between the ethnic Greek and Turkish ethnicities. Demonstrators demanded the resignation of the current nationalist president and the development of a plan to bring the north and south of the island together as one.
Hundreds of students in Patras took to the streets to decry a law passed by the Ministry of Education, which would enable the government of Greece to create a police force in universities for the first time since the fall of the military dictatorship in 1974 after a failed annexation of Cyprus and a student uprising.
Indian farmers on the road to Delhi continued their protests, clashing with police who attempted to barricade the border. Peasants at the border of Bajpur drove tractors through the police line, forcing it to open, and Maharashtra farmers at the Shahjahanpur border banged pots and pans against Narendra Modi during his negotiation address.