Coronavirus: China’s stranded citizens offered medical advice via free service from Alibaba founder Jack Ma

Chinese citizens stranded overseas by flight cancellations and lockdowns caused by the coronavirus outbreak will have access to advice from medical professionals at hospitals in China under a free consulting service launched by Alibaba Jack Ma.Ma’s service will be provided to Chinese citizens overseas via Alipay, a payment application owned by Alibaba, which owns the South China Morning Post.The service has been launched as China has come under a growing pressure from imported cases of…

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