A few hundreds rallied by the Brandenburger Gate in Berlin on Sunday to protest against coronavirus measures, one day after a massive demonstration that gathered around 38,000 coronavirus sceptics in the German capital.
Protesters were seen carrying flags and signs reading ''Mask requirement during class is torture'' and ''Freedom needs struggle'' under the rain.
On Saturday, an estimated 38,000 protesters took part in an anti-COVID measures demonstration where some 300 people were arrested.
German Chancellor Angela Merkel originally announced a series of measures in March, to curb the spread of coronavirus.
The measures have been gradually eased nationwide. However, the number of new infections has started to climb again in recent weeks.