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

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[unable to retrieve full-text content]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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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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