Hundreds of anti-vaxxers march through London demanding 'don't jab our kids' ...

Hundreds of anti-vaxxers march through London demanding 'don't jab our kids' ...
Hundreds of anti-vaxxers march through London demanding 'don't jab our kids' ...

Anti-vaxxers today marched through London demanding 'don't jab our kids' and 'my body my choice' as they danced and shouted through megaphones. 

Hundreds of demonstrators were seen marching by Hyde Park Corner on Saturday as they protested against mandatory vaccination passports and the vaccination of children. 

Protesters held signs reading 'healthy children don't need a Covid-19 vaccine', 'children should not be subject to an experiment', and 'no to the vax passport'.

It comes after the school rollout of jabs for children aged 12 to 15 was given the go ahead last month. 

Activists have in the past fortnight targeted schools, screeching at pupils in Manchester, London, Leicester, Liverpool, Lichfield and Telford not to take the jabs. Teaching unions have called for teachers to receive police support. 

And last night, Health Secretary Sajid Javid has condemned the 'appalling' protesters targeting pupils and teachers, saying their misinformation was 'irresponsible, dangerous and costing lives'. 

Anti-vaxxers today marched through London demanding 'don't jab our kids' and 'my body my choice' as they danced and shouted through megaphones

Anti-vaxxers today marched through London demanding 'don't jab our kids' and 'my body my choice' as they danced and shouted through megaphones

Protesters danced to songs warning against taking the jab during an anti-vaxx rally in west London on Saturday

Protesters danced to songs warning against taking the jab during an anti-vaxx rally in west London on Saturday

A demonstrator holds a sign criticising the government's vaccine passport scheme during a rally against Covid-19 jabs for children on Saturday

A demonstrator holds a sign criticising the government's vaccine passport scheme during a rally against Covid-19 jabs for children on Saturday

A protester carried a sign wrongly claiming 1,698 people have died as a result of the vaccine during an anti-vaxx rally in London on Saturday

A protester carried a sign wrongly claiming 1,698 people have died as a result of the vaccine during an anti-vaxx rally in London on Saturday 

Protesters branding the Covid-19 vaccine an 'experimental drug' attended a rally in London on Saturday as they called for an end to mandatory vaccines for children

Protesters branding the Covid-19 vaccine an 'experimental drug' attended a rally in London on Saturday as they called for an end to mandatory vaccines for children 

A woman chants through a megaphone at an anti-vaxx rally on Saturday

A woman holds a sign reading 'healthy children don't need a Covid-19 vaccine' during a rally in London

Two women protesters demonstrate against Covid-19 vaccines for children during a rally in west London on Saturday 

A protester hands out leaflets to motorists during an anti-vaxx rally calling for an end to vaccinations for children in west London on Saturday

A protester hands out leaflets to motorists during an anti-vaxx rally calling for an end to vaccinations for children in west London on Saturday 

Several protesters carried signs touting unsubstantiated conspiracy theories - including separate claims either 1,698 or 38,438 people have died from the vaccine. 

Others handed leaflets to motorists while walking through traffic around west London, many gathering at Hyde Park Corner.   

It comes as Britain's Covid crisis continued to grow on Saturday as officials recorded the highest daily Covid case total for three months.

Department of Health bosses posted 43,423 new coronavirus infections today, up 24.2 per cent on last Saturday's total of 34,950.

The number of people dying with the virus also increased, with 148 victims recorded today. It was up 11.3 per cent on the 133 recorded last weekend.

And hospitalisations also spiked by 12 per cent to 915 on Tuesday, the latest date data is available for. It was the highest daily admissions since September 15, when they reached 946 .

An anti-vaxx protester attends rally in west London on Saturday in a shirt reading 'I've had booster no 35, yay!'

An anti-vaxx protester attends rally in west London on Saturday in a shirt reading 'I've had booster no 35, yay!' 

Anti-vaxx protesters gather at Hyde Park Corner for a march against mandatory vaccinations for children on Saturday

Anti-vaxx protesters gather at Hyde Park Corner for a march against mandatory vaccinations for children on Saturday

A protester uses a sign to get a better view of the crowd

An anti-vaxx demonstrator hands out fliers

Protesters used street signs to get a better view of the demonstration as they handed out

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