Anti-COVID Curfew in Netherlands Met With Violent Protests

Politicians on a local and national level in the Netherlands have decried the violent protests that have broken out in several cities and towns since an anti-COVID curfew was imposed on Saturday, January 23.

More than 180 people were arrested in the latest disturbances, on Monday night, local reports said.

This footage was shot after a protest against the curfew turned violent in Eindhoven on January 24. Dozens of arrests were made on the day, RTL reported, with another 190 arrests in Amsterdam, they said.

The video here, filmed by Roar Lokhoff, shows fires burning, smashed advertising billboards, and knocked-over bikes. Credit: Roar Lokhoff via Storyful