Pandemic-denying stickers plastered across city centre buildings

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The stickers, which contained offensive language, have since been taken down from buildings, bollards and other structures in Lincoln city centre. Lincolnshire Live reports that no one knows who was responsible for them.

The majority of the stickers contained anti-establishment or pandemic-denying themed messages, while others included offensive language directed towards the Queen.

One of the stickers read ‘There is no pandemic’ while another said ‘the media is the virus’.

Another questioned the use of face coverings, which has been commonplace in society since the COVID-19 outbreak last year.

David Warwicker, who lives in the city, first discovered them earlier in the week.

He said: “I saw a Lincoln hate group had stuck over 500 hate stickers across the city. Subsequently I started to take them down.

“My thoughts go to nurses and relatives that leave intensive care units and walk past this stuff. That isn’t right.

“I’ll take down another 700 odd stickers if needed, because I think Lincoln is worth it.”

Lincolnshire Police said they had not yet received any reports regarding this issue.

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