A united coalition of health workers in Valparaiso went on strike against the Piñera administration, demanding more funds for COVID containment, a better salary, and the release of political prisoners. Over 500 people were in attendance for the strike, marching through the center of the city.
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Demonstration in Portland Against Police
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