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.
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.
Thousands of students and teachers in Athens took to the street in opposition to a piece of legislation proposed by Education Minister Niki Kerameos, which would remilitarize university campuses with police for the first time since 1975. Defying the quarantine which banned mass gatherings, demonstrators marched on the Propalyaea in the center of the city. A police presence was mostly absent, and no participants in the protest were arrested.