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“… to be free she would have to delete WeChat, and she can’t do that. As the coronavirus crisis struck China, her family used it to coordinate food orders during lockdowns. She also needs a local government health code featured on the app to use public transport or enter stores. ‘I want to switch to other chat apps, but there’s no way,’ she said.”




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