WhatsApp will now allow its users to bypass internet censorship and maintain access to the platform even if their connection is blocked or disrupted. Yes, people will be now able to use WhatsApp by connecting through proxy servers, set up by volunteers and organisations.
This will enable anyone to connect through servers set up by volunteers and organisations dedicated to helping people communicate freely. So when a connection to WhatsApp is blocked, people have the power to restore access
To help people reconnect to WhatsApp, you can set up a proxy using a server with ports 80, 443 or 5222 available and a domain name (or subdomain) that points to the server's IP address