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Wuhan, one year on: Breaking down China's Covid-19 strategy

By: William HILDERBRANDT Follow | Joanna COCKERELL | Stéphanie CHEVAL
14 min

Almost a year after the Covid-19 pandemic began, China is celebrating the way it's cracked down on the virus. Overrun hospitals have been replaced with crowded bars, restaurants and markets. Unlike in the West, life is returning to normal, a stunning recovery that hasn't been lost on China's spin doctors. We take a look at how China's economy has bounced back and see how life is returning to normal in Wuhan, once the epicentre of the virus. Finally, we break down Chinese propaganda with Maria Repnikova, who explains the creative ways the pandemic has been conveyed in the media.  

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