Six protesters have been arrested at an anti-lockdown protest in Melbourne’s CBD on Sunday.

One of the event organisers is expected to be charged on summons with further offences. This man is not one of the two organisers who were arrested on Thursday.
Twenty-four of the fines were issued for leaving home for a non-essential reason. One person was fined $200 for not wearing a mask.
Police arrested two men who helped organised the protest on Thursday night.
In a statement released on Friday morning, a spokeswoman said an investigation was launched to find those responsible for organising the gathering.
A man is confronted by a police officer at the anti-lockdown protest.Credit:Darrian Traynor/Getty Images
Officers raided two properties, one in Mooroolbark and another in Chirnside Park, where mobile phones and a computer were seized.
They charged a 41-year-old man from Mooroolbark with incitement. The offence, in the Crimes Act, involves a person inciting someone else to pursue a course of conduct which will involve the commission of an offence.
The man was bailed and is due to appear at the Melbourne Magistrates Court on January 21 next year.
A 41-year-old male from Chirnside Park was also arrested on Thursday night, but was later released pending summons.