Alibaba billionaire Jack Ma published a handbook for hospitals to tackle Coronavirus

Jack Ma, founder of the Alibaba Group, speaks at the company's 20th-anniversary celebration in Hangzhou in eastern China's Zhejiang province. Ma, who helped launch China's online retailing boom, stepped down as chairman of the world's biggest e-commerce company Tuesday at a time when its fast-changing industry faces uncertainty amid a U.S.-Chinese tariff war. AP/PTI(
  • Jack Ma Foundation, Alibaba Foundation along with the First Affiliated Hospital of Zhejiang University, had come together to establish the Global MediXchange for Combating COVID-19 (GMCC) programme.
  • Jack Ma recently joined Twitter to talk about the coronavirus crisis.
  • From technical strategies for addressing issues, treatment methods as well as best practices, have been included in the handbook.
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Alibaba founder Jack Ma recently joined Twitter to share with the world his experiences from the Coronavirus crisis which crippled China. And now, Ma published a handbook for hospitals to tackle COVID-19.


Jack Ma Foundation, Alibaba Foundation along with the First Affiliated Hospital of Zhejiang University, established the Global MediXchange for Combating COVID-19 (GMCC) programme. Alibaba Cloud Intelligence and Alibaba Health had also supported the programme.

According to the official statement, The First Affiliated Hospital, Zhejiang University School of Medicine has treated 104 patients with confirmed COVID-19 in the past 50 days.
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And experts who were at the forefront handling the crisis published the handbook with real-time insights on how the coronavirus crisis is growing and how hospitals can work around it. From technical strategies for addressing issues, treatment methods as well as best practices, have been included in the handbook.

“Now, we can't beat this virus unless we share our resources, know-how and hard-earned lessons,” said Jack Ma, Founder of Jack Ma Foundation.


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Ma joined Twitter on March 16 with his first tweet talking about the 500,000 testing kits and a million masks that Alibaba sent to America.

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