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About the Enough Info-Café in times of the #coronavirus Part 4: “An inspiring week”

Wuppertal. Germany. A fourth statement by some of the Enough Info-Café in times of the coronavirus. As expected not everybody liked our previous statement. But that wasn’t really surprising. In the past week we started a mutual aid project with the Cars of Hope collective and it went pretty well.

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About the Enough Info-Café in times of the #coronavirus Part 3: Partial Reopening and Mutual Aid

Wuppertal. Germany. May 11, 2020. Another statement by some of the Enough Info-Café in times of the coronavirus. In this statement we wrote down som of our thougts on current developments in relation to state measures and the virus and we have some news about the Enough Info-Café.

After a meeting, the Enough Info-Café collective decided that the Info-Café will partially reopen on Wednesday May 13. With some restrictions, but also with a new project: Our friends of the Cars of Hope (Hopetal) collective are still stuck in Wuppertal, due to COVID 19 travel restrictions. They offered to set up a Mutual Aid Project in front of the Info-Café, also starting on May 13. More information in this statement.

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About the Enough Info-Café in times of the #coronavirus Part 2: Keep on moving

Wuppertal. Germany. The Enough info-café has been closed for almost 2 months now. To be more precisely: The last day that we opened was on March 13. A second statement by some of the Enough Info-Café in times of the coronavirus: Keep on moving.

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#Wuppertal, #Germany: Like last year, the autonomous #MayDay was full of surprises!

Wuppertal. Germany. And these surprises have caught the cops off guard and we are happy about that! But maybe we should start with what happened in the valley.

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About the Enough Info-Café in times of the #coronavirus

Wuppertal. Germany. The Enough info-café has been closed for one month now. To be more precisely: The last day that we opened was on March 13.

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#Wuppertal, #Germany: Protest in times of state of emergency and the SARS-CoV2 #pandemic

Wuppertal. Germany. April 4, 2020. About 30 people met yesterday at noon at the Mirker train station in the northern part of Wuppertal-Elberfeld to bring the protest against the ongoing measures during the SARS-CoV2 pandemic to public attention.

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Priorities

Wuppertal. German territory. The streets were pretty empty this morning. Three people are approaching from the left. The man in front of me takes his phone out of his pocket. “Hello, I want to report three people that are breaking the law.”

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#COVID19 quarantine diary, Day 4: “State rulers babbling about solidarity”

Wuppertal. Germany. March 20, 2020. The fourth day in quarantine. The world outside, outside of my prison apartment is getting more gloomy day by day.

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#COVID19 quarantine diary, Day 3: “Squealers call the cops to report people who dare to meet outside.”

Image above: A screen display showing “early discovery, early report, early quarantine, early diagnosis, early treatment” during Wuhan coronavirus outbreak in Hefei, Anhui, China.

Wuppertal. Germany. March 19, 2020. The third day in quarantine. Its terrifying that more and more people demand a full lockdown on social networks. Squealers call the cops or other authorities to report people who dare to meet outside.

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