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Roads occupied by rallies against emergency and anti-mask laws

Roads occupied by rallies against emergency and anti-mask laws

Causeway Bay and Tsim Sha Tsui saw thousands of protesters in black and face masks occupying majoy roads as rallies against the Emergency Regulations Ordinance and an anti-mask law that was invoked under it kicked start at 2pm.
Chanting slogans “Reclaim Hong Kong” and “Wearing a mask is not a crime”, protesters of the Hong Kong Island march began to walk from East Point Road in Causeway Bay to Central and those on Kowloon from Salisbury Garden in Tsim Sha Tsui to Sham Shui Po.

All lanes of Hennessey Road in Causeway Bay have been occupied by protesters, as police warned them of the unauthorized assembly.

Meanwhile, protesters in Tsim Sha Tsui also spilt onto lanes of Nathan Road and set up road blocks along it while some other sprayed black paint and graffiti at MTR facilities of Tsim Sha Tsui station, which has been closed since Friday night.
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