COVID-19 conspiracy theorists prepare to protest around Australia THIS WEEKEND 

Outbreak fears as COVID-19 conspiracy theorists prepare to protest around Australia THIS WEEKEND - despite pleas from health officials that it could spread coronavirus Coronavirus conspiracy theorists are preparing to protest at major capital cities Organisers planned a 'Stand for Victoria' march at local Anzac memorial sites The rally was organised in a Facebook group with more than 33,000 members One of the members called on people to 'get together for every single Victorian'

By Alana Mazzoni For Daily Mail Australia

Published: 05:50 BST, 14 August 2020 | Updated: 05:59 BST, 14 August 2020

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Coronavirus conspiracy theorists are preparing to protest at capital cities around Australia this weekend, sparking fears of further outbreaks. 

Anti-maskers are planning a 'Stand for Victoria freedom march' at local Anzac memorial sites on Saturday across the country, except for Melbourne which is in strict Stage Four lockdown.  

The rally, set to take place at midday, was organised in a Facebook group with more than 33,000 members. 

One of the members called on the group to 'get together for every single Victorian' in a rambling video posted earlier this week.

Anti-maskers are planning a 'stand for Victoria' freedom march (pictured, an anti-mask protester shouts at police in Melbourne on July 3)

Anti-maskers are planning a 'stand for Victoria' freedom march (pictured, an anti-mask protester shouts at police in Melbourne on July 3)

One conspiracy theorist posted a photo of the Australian Red Ensign flag with the caption 'Australia, let us stand for Victoria at this time when Victoria cannot'

One conspiracy theorist posted a photo of the Australian Red Ensign flag with the caption 'Australia, let us stand for Victoria at this time when Victoria cannot'

Members have shared a number of posts (pictured) encouraging people from their own cities to attend the coordinated rallies

Members have shared a number of posts (pictured) encouraging people from their own cities to attend the coordinated rallies

The conspiracy theorist also encouraged Australians to stand outside their homes and 'burn your mask, breathe and declare your national sovereignty'. 

Members have shared a number of posts encouraging people from their own cities to attend the coordinated rallies.

One conspiracy theorist posted a photo of the Australian Red Ensign flag with the caption 'Australia, let us stand for Victoria at this time when Victoria

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