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Brisbane campaigners oppose medical apartheid in march to QLD government HQ

A large group weathered the conditions on short notice, gathering at King George Square and marching through the Brisbane CBD in protest against impending restrictions from December 17.

The crowd held signs rejecting “medical apartheid” and “coercion”.

One protester was seen waving an Australian flag upside down, and another held aloft a Eureka flag, while the action prompted the next-door Queensland Parliament to lock its gates.

Some protesters stood at Parliament fence and shouted: “stop protecting the paedophiles”.

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