The social support networks stepping up in coronavirus-stricken China | openDemocracy

 

The novel coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak in China started in January 2019 and put a massive strain on the public health system. As a rapid response, the ironclad lockdown of tens of millions of people in the province of Hubei, and practical house confinement of hundreds of millions of Chinese, have hit pause on everyone’s daily routine. Below the sweeping centralized measures, decentralized networks have provided relief to thousands.

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