A scene from Germany - this was last Sunday afternoon:
I am standing in line at a local bakery (with actual local production - the shop is in a village some km away) to fetch some pieces of cake. At most 2 take-away customers are allowed in at any time. People keep a distance of 1.5 m. Those outside are not required to wear a mask, but we have them ready. Inside, customers and staff are wearing masks. The seated customers are not required to wear masks, and don't.
Everything is real orderly, distancing and mask wearing discipline are near 100%, but I do see the occasional protester even here in small town Germany.
Last month, June 20th, I was in Düsseldorf, on the river Rhine, on a beautiful day which drove thousands of people out to cruise and shop and have snacks and drinks. At the time, I occasionally felt slightly uneasy, for it was not really possible always to keep a distance.
There was even a real, organized protest of mostly outright Covid deniers, anti-vaxxers and the like. Difficult to decide, but I think there was, if any, some far-right political group behind this. The protest (a few hundred people) had just assembled at was about to start marching. A leader, on loudspeaker, reminded everybody to please please please keep a distance / and or wear a mask, or else police might end the demonstration...
The largest sign says "In old time: Witch-Delusion. Today: Corona-Delusion". The yellow signs contain the names of cities in the area "for the future of our children", "for end of lockdown", "for a parliamentary inquiry", "for free vaccination decision", "for peace", etc. Others demand "real" or "direct" democracy.