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800 pro-lifers joined first March for Life in Munich, Germany

Roughly 800 pro-lifers gathered in Munich, Germany, last Saturday for the first-ever “March for Life” in Bavaria’s capital. The most prominent March for Life in Germany takes place in Berlin every September.

“All beginnings are difficult,” says the proverb. And at first glance, one might have the impression that this sentence proved true once again last Saturday.

But it’s possible to see it differently: Extensive COVID regulations with a participant limit of 550 people, masks, and social distancing requirements, adverse frosty weather with snow flurries, as well as limited advertising for the event on the part of the organizers due to the expected restrictions, could not prevent significantly more than 500 people (the left-wing newspaper taz mentioned 800 participants — and would likely not do so without reason) from taking part in the first Munich March for Life.

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