China Restricts Research On Virus Origins

China is being impacted by the 'B' strain of CCP Virus
By Joshua Philipp
Joshua Philipp
Joshua Philipp
Joshua Philipp is an award-winning investigative reporter with The Epoch Times and host of EpochTV's "Crossroads" program. He is a recognized expert on unrestricted warfare, asymmetrical hybrid warfare, subversion, and historical perspectives on today’s issues. His 10-plus years of research and investigations on the Chinese Communist Party, subversion, and related topics give him unique insight into the global threat and political landscape.
April 13, 2020 Updated: April 14, 2020

The Chinese Communist Party (CCP) has placed restrictions on academic research into the origins of the CCP virus. Two alerts were posted on the websites of Chinese universities explaining academic papers discussing the origins of the virus must be reviewed and approved by regime authorities. The alerts have since been erased, but archives are still available.

Reports now claim that there are three known strains of the CCP virus now spreading around the world: described as “A, B, and C” strains, based on their generation of mutation. China is mainly being impacted by the “B” strain of the virus, although it also has the “A” strain. The United States, meanwhile, is mainly being impacted by the “B” strain.

And in Brazil, a bizarre arrest of an individual tied to the CCP was found to be hoarding stolen medical supplies. He was also found using slave labor, and a weapons cache was discovered by police.

These stories and more in this episode of Crossroads.

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Joshua Philipp is an award-winning investigative reporter with The Epoch Times and host of EpochTV's "crossroads" program. He is a recognized expert on unrestricted warfare, asymmetrical hybrid warfare, subversion, and historical perspectives on today’s issues. His 10-plus years of research and investigations on the Chinese Communist Party, subversion, and related topics give him unique insight into the global threat and political landscape.