Police raised a purple flag warning citizens they may be breaching a recently passed National Security Order at a protest at a mall in Yuen Long, Hong Kong, on 19 July.
Live video recorded by SocRec, an activist organisation that have been covering protests in Hong Kong for some time, shows people protesting in the Yoho Mall. Later footage shows police gathering and closing off a section of the mall outside a Dior store.
SocRec said that police were in the mall to intercept Yuen Long District Councillors for violating the 5GG Prevention and Control of Disease (Prohibition on Group Gathering) Regulation.
Later a purple flag was raised by police. The flag warns people that they may be breaching the new National Security Order for Hong Kong and may be subject to arrest and prosecution, the South China Morning Post reported. Credit: SocREC 社會記錄頻道 via Storyful