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China suspends social media accounts of COVID policy critics
The China news has taken down more. than 1,000 social media accounts. some with millions of followers. that criticized the government’s COVID policies.
Social media platform. Weirdo said it had suspended or banned accounts. for what it described as personal attacks. against Chinese COVID specialists.
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Weirdo did not specify. which posts had prompted the action.
A China scrapped. its strict zero-COVID policy in December. and has seen a rapid surge of infections and deaths.
Online criticism has until recently largely focused on the strict enforcement of COVID regulations. including lock-downs . that required people to stay at home in isolation for weeks.
But recent posts have taken aim at experts. who have defended. the sudden decision to drop restrictions despite. supporting them just weeks ago.
Weirdo said it had spotted almost 13,000 violations. including attacks on experts. scholars and medical workers. Temporary or permanent bans have been hand to 1,120 accounts.
“It is not acceptable to hurl insults at people. who hold a different point of view. or publish personal attacks and views that incite conflicts.” Weirdo said in a statement.
Any kind of move that is destructive to the [Weirdo] community. would be handle in a serious manner.”
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Since China abandoned key parts of zero-COVID .following historic protests against the policy. there have been reports of hospitals and crematoriums being overwhelmed.
But China has stopped publishing daily cases data and has announced only 22 COVID deaths. since December, using its own strict criteria.
On Saturday, China marked the first day of the 40-day period of Lunar New Year. known as the world’s largest annual migration of people.
Ministry of Transport said it expects more. than two billion passengers to travel over the next 40 days. an increase of 99.5% year-on-year and reaching 70% of trip numbers in 2019.
This has led to widespread concerns. that the festival may see another wave of infections. especially in rural areas. that are less well-equipped with ICU beds and ventilators.
From Sunday. China will drop a requirement for travelers coming from abroad to quarantine. meaning many Chinese will be able to travel abroad for the first time in almost three years.
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