With the impact of coronavirus, China’s traditional schools encourage to use internet platforms as an alternative way of teaching students

The sudden outbreak of coronavirus, a new pneumonia, affects China. A battle "no epidemic" has begun.

In the face of the turbulent epidemic, many cities in Hubei province have taken the lockdown measure. Prevention and control measures such as home isolation, delayed resumption of work, and delayed start of school have been adopted throughout the country. Products and services demand such as masks, in vitro diagnostic reagents, online education, and remote work has skyrocketed. At the same time, the related industries and companies have also become the focus of China.

What is their market size and competition pattern? How about supply capacity and product quality? What contributions have they made in this epidemic prevention and control?

Times Business School launched a series of reports focusing on key industries and enterprises in the coronavirus prevention and control war.

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