By Rachael Bunyan For Mailonline
Published: 09:19 GMT, 2 November 2020 | Updated: 09:26 GMT, 2 November 2020
Pope Francis has criticised anti-lockdown protesters and those who complain about restrictive measures during the coronavirus pandemic, accusing them of being selfish.
The Pope said there has been an increase in those who have thought only of themselves and argued there must be change.
It comes as hundreds of protesters in Italy and Spain clashed with police on Friday over new coronavirus measures to curb the spread of the virus amid a rising second wave of infections.
The pontiff said there is still hope as there are those who instead take 'responsibility towards others and look for a solution so no one is left behind'.
He argued the pandemic has brought organisational and developmental models into 'crisis' and claimed it has exposed 'many injustices, the troubling silence and social and health failures'.
The Pope criticised anti-lockdown protesters, accusing them of being selfish. Above, Pope Francis waves to the