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Documentary | COVID-19: The Human Cost

By ZHANG GAOWEI, ALEX REPORTERFY, YUAN XUANQI | | Updated: 2022-03-10 14:21
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Chongqing– COVID-19 has undoubtedly changed the history of humanity. It ripples across the globe and is still affecting all of our lives. History has been made, and all of us have to adapt to the new circumstances of the world.

COVID-19: The Human Cost as an intimate documentary captures the daily life of many YouTubers during the COVID-19 outbreak. These YouTubers, spread throughout six continents, with a total fan base into millions of subscribers, all came together to produce the most extensive documentary collaboration ever seen on YouTube, sharing their true personal stories and the moments of the person they are familiar with.

The idea of this documentary came from a YouTuber who has collaborated with iChongqing. Alex, who runs a channel on YouTube called Reporterfy Media, felt his return to Chongqing was full of challenges. "I thought I was arriving back into society for the first time in years." Alex said and added, "Coming from a country in lockdown for almost two years. I'm amazed at how well the Chinese government has shielded its citizens from the virus." He was grateful for his chance to live a balanced life again.

He felt many other content creators shared a similar experience. He decided to make a documentary called "COVID-19 The Human Cost" with the help of iChongqing's video editing experts.

With overwhelming success, the video was released on Sunday, March 6th, 2022. Many international vloggers tweeted in support of the video's message. They hope that all nations will soon recover from this pandemic and return to normal daily lives.

Let's all stand together, support each other and remember.

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