On 25 February 2021, clashes broke out between anti-coup protesters and supporters of the military in central Yangon. Reports indicate that approximately 1,000 pro-military demonstrators were marching in the vicinity of Yangon Central railway station when they encountered a group of anti-coup protesters. Violence broke out shortly afterward, with the military supporters wielding a variety of weapons, including knives, clubs and slingshots. At least two people were stabbed, but their conditions remain unknown. Information regarding any additional injuries also remains unknown. Both groups dispersed after nearby security forces moved in to clear the area.