China wants to show gratitude to the international society for its support over the past two months. It has recently sent its experts to Italy and Iran who were carrying tons of medical materials. China has also donated 5,000 protective suits and 100,000 masks to Japan in order to help them.
China has decided to benefit the world with their experience and has started sharing plans to help contain the virus. It has shared its experience with over 100 countries and has also donated 20 million U.S. dollars to the World Health Organization. Recently, China also sent its experts to Italy and Iraq and donated masks and protective suits to Japan.
According to the officials, 70 percent of patients in China have recovered.
China is now sharing treatment plans and experience with over 100 countries and international organizations to help contain the deadly virus. It has also donated 20 million U.S. dollars to the World Health Organization for combating the virus.
China has sent medical workers abroad to help international society in containing this virus.
Coronavirus has rapidly spread across the other parts of the world especially in Italy, where the death toll has exceeded 1,000, with 15,000 confirmed cases.
China has sent nine Chinese experts to Italy from Shanghai on 12th March, The experts are sent there carrying 31 tons of medical materials, including equipment for intensive care and protection gear.
China also sent a Red Cross medical team led by researcher Ma Xuejun to Iran in late February. It was sent there to guide local medical workers on how to contain the virus.
"Hope they all stay safe and come home early, good luck!," said Chinese netizens to the medical worker as they headed abroad.
The team will stay there for a month to help them fight against this outbreak.
"We have the same homeland, seeing the same moon," Weibo user @Suishanqiyangzi said, quoting a Chinese poem, conveying his sympathy to other countries.
China has donated 5,000 protective suits and 100,000 masks to Japan, and part of them have been put into use by late February, according to China's embassy in Japan.
"To build up a peaceful relationship among Japan, China, and South Korea, we have to face up to history, care for each other, and support each other," Weibo user @Dongoujisang commented.
The Iran Embassy in China recently sent a notice for help online. The Chinese netizens took immediate action and have donated three million yuan up till now.
"You didn't hesitate to donate masks to us before," a Chinese netizen left the comment after a donation. "So this is what we should do when you are in need."
"It was a special and unforgettable experience for us," the Iran Embassy then replied on Weibo the next day. "We appreciate your kindness. It is our responsibility to build our country better again."