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A portrait of the late Dr. Li Wenliang at his hospital in Wuhan, China. Li was a whistleblower in the early days of the country's coronavirus pandemic and died of COVID-19 on Feb. 7, 2020. Stringer/Getty Images hide caption

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Dear Dr. Li: Chinese Netizens Confess To The Late Coronavirus Whistleblower

Feb. 7 marks the one-year anniversary of Dr. Li Wenliang's death from the virus he'd warned about. His legacy lives on through his Weibo page, which has become a kind of confessional.

A portrait of the late Dr. Li Wenliang at his hospital in Wuhan, China. Li was a whistleblower in the early days of the country's coronavirus pandemic and died of COVID-19 on Feb. 7, 2020. Stringer/Getty Images hide caption

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Dear Dr. Li: Chinese Netizens Confess To The Late Coronavirus Whistleblower

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