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Healthcare business B. Braun Indonesia has donated 170,000 masks to support health workers during the Covid-19 pandemic distributed to more than 30 hospitals specialised in Covid-19 throughout Indonesia.
Hanoi-headquartered tourism, construction, entertainment, education and health comany Muong Thanh Group is providing its rooms for the entire staff of Bach Mai Hospital in Hanoi.
China Pharma Holdings, an American-listed corporation with a fully-integrated speciality pharmaceuticals subsidiary based in China, has announced a 2019 net loss of $20.7 million, compared to a net loss of to $10.8 million in 2018.
Doctor Anywhere has secured a $27 million Series B financing round led by Square Peg, the Australian venture capital fund, the Singapore government investment arm EDBI, and international healthcare provider IHH Healthcare.
Madison Technologies has launched CovCT, an independent contact tracing platform that aims to control the spread of the Covid-19 pandemic, kicking off in Malaysia today.
Singapore-based Elite Dental Group, a partner of healthcare giant Novena Global Lifecare has adopted a dental artificial intelligence technology called SmileMate.
Jakarta-based online pharmacy and apothecary is counteracting an acute shortage of medical masks in the Jakarta metropolitan area by providing 10,000 free Skrineer masks for medical workers.
WeChat announced it is partnering with major technology platforms including Facebook and Microsoft to invite developers to a global hackathon in order to help the fight against the coronavirus pandemic with technology.
Zai Lab, a China and US-based innovative commercial stage biopharmaceutical company, has announced a 2019 net loss of $195 million, compared to a net loss of $139 million reported for 2018.
Hanoi-based FTP, Vietnam’s largest tech firm, announced yesterday it has dedicated its 2,000-room university dormitory as a quarantine site and $850,000 in medical supplies to support the government’s fight against coronavirus.

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