February 4, 2023

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China: China cracks down on anti-government voices, shuts down social media accounts of critics of Covid policy – China suspends hundreds of social media accounts critical of government’s Covid-19 policies


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China has temporarily or permanently banned 1,120 social media accounts critical of the government’s policies regarding the COVID-19 outbreak. These accounts have been suspended or closed. The country’s popular social media site China Weibo reported 12,854 violations, including attacks on experts, scholars and medical workers.

Say that the situation in China has become so bad that many people have raised their voices on social media due to the corona virus. But to suppress the voices against this government, the communist government of the country has taken this step.

China’s ruling Communist Party has taken key measures to contain the coronavirus, including lockdowns, quarantine measures and mass testing, but last month the government largely relaxed rules. Since then, new cases of corona infection have been reported on a large scale in the country. There was also anger among the people in this regard. While the party does not allow direct criticism, it is also strict on freedom of expression.

Sina Weibo said the company will continue to investigate and clean up all kinds of illegal content. In addition, the site will create a harmonious and friendly environment for all users.

Three deaths were reported in the last 24 hours
China’s National Health Commission on Saturday reported 10,681 new domestic COVID-19 cases, bringing the total number of confirmed cases in the country to 4,82,057. Three new deaths were also reported in the last 24 hours, taking the official death toll to 5,267. Although there is global controversy over China’s death toll from the coronavirus, all countries believe it is much lower than the actual number.

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China has temporarily or permanently banned 1,120 social media accounts critical of the government’s policies regarding the COVID-19 outbreak. These accounts have been suspended or closed. The country’s popular social media site China Weibo reported 12,854 violations, including attacks on experts, scholars and medical workers.

Say that the situation in China has become so bad that many people have raised their voices on social media due to the corona virus. But to suppress the voices against this government, the communist government of the country has taken this step.

China’s ruling Communist Party has taken key measures to contain the coronavirus, including lockdowns, quarantine measures and mass testing, but last month the government largely relaxed rules. Since then, new cases of corona infection have been reported on a large scale in the country. There was also anger among the people in this regard. While the party does not allow direct criticism, it is also strict on freedom of expression.

Sina Weibo said the company will continue to investigate and clean up all kinds of illegal content. In addition, the site will create a harmonious and friendly environment for all users.

Three deaths were reported in the last 24 hours

China’s National Health Commission on Saturday reported 10,681 new domestic COVID-19 cases, bringing the total number of confirmed cases in the country to 4,82,057. Three new deaths were also reported in the last 24 hours, taking the official death toll to 5,267. Although there is global controversy over China’s death toll from the coronavirus, all countries believe it is much lower than the actual number.

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