Protesters filled a bus that was set to travel from the northern Akkar to the southern Tyre and Nabatieh.
The bus was blocked from moving further than Sidon as some protesters objected to the presence of the bus citing that it was backed by political parties and funded by USAID.
Protesters in support of the bus in Tyre gathered to chant in support of free revolutionaries across Lebanon, “from Tyre to Akkar”.
The bus also stopped at Khaldeh to commemorate the revolutionary Martyr Alaa Abou Fakher.
In Beirut, protesters also formed a candle-lit vigil in solidarity with the people of Gaza after reports of more Israeli aerial strikes.
Due to continued strikes taking place among Union of the Bank Employees, which had cited security concerns as the reason for the strike, the Internal Security Forces announced increased security measures to protect bank employees.