China clamping down on coronavirus research deleted pages suggest

China is cracking down on publication of academic research about the origins of the novel coronavirus in what is likely to be part of a wider attempt to control the narrative surrounding the pandemic documents published online by Chinese universities appear to show.Two websites for leading Chinese universities appear to have recently published and then removed pages that reference a new policy requiring academic papers dealing with Covid-19 to undergo extra vetting before they are submitted for publication.

Research on the origins of the virus is particularly sensitive and subject to checks by government officials the notices posted on the websites of Fudan University and the China University of Geosciences said.Both the deleted pages were accessed from online caches.With the virus having infected more than a million people worldwide and caused heavy casualties particularly across Europe and the US.

Details about its origin and the first weeks of the pandemic when there was a cover up by local officials may be considered particularly sensitive.Aa dekho hun ki kita china ne ke koi soch vi nai sakda video bare apne vichar deo ik var eh poori video dekh ke.China University of Geosciences appears to have published and then deleted new requirements that academic papers dealing with the origins of the virus be approved by Chinas ministry of science and technology before publication.

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