Global  

China seeks help of national tech giants to track coronavirus with QR codes

Reuters Monday, 17 February 2020
China's government is enlisting the help of Alibaba Group Holding Ltd and Tencent Holdings Ltd to expand color-based systems for tracking individuals affected with the coronavirus nationwide.
0
shares
ShareTweetSavePostSend
 
Video Credit: Cover Video STUDIO - Published
News video: 1,700 Medical Workers in China Infected With Coronavirus

1,700 Medical Workers in China Infected With Coronavirus 00:53

For the first time, China has disclosed that of the 1,716 workers who have contracted the virus, six have died. Zeng Yixin, deputy director of the National Health Commission, said that infected workers represented 3.8 percent of China’s confirmed cases.

You Might Like


💡 One News Page Knowledge: Other News Mentions

Tencent Tencent Chinese internet conglomerate

Judge again blocks Trump administration push to ban WeChat in the US

Illustration by Alex Castro / The Verge

A judge in California has rejected a request from the Department of Justice to reverse a previous decision..

The Verge

Alibaba Group Alibaba Group Hangzhou-based group of Internet-based e-commerce businesses

Jack Ma's Ant Group Putting Together Largest IPO In History [Video]

Jack Ma's Ant Group Putting Together Largest IPO In History

Business Insider reports that Jack Ma's Ant Group is looking to raise its funding target to $35 billion through its initial-public-offering. Ant is Alibaba's fintech arm and China's dominant mobile-payments service. Ant raised its valuation to $250 billion from $225 billion. Previously, the company expected to raise $30 billion. When Ant goes public, its listing will likely be the largest IPO in the world.

Credit: Wochit News    Duration: 00:24Published

Related videos from verified sources

Agriculture Tech Company Uses Robots & Drones to Disinfect Coronavirus-Infected Areas of China [Video]

Agriculture Tech Company Uses Robots & Drones to Disinfect Coronavirus-Infected Areas of China

An agriculture tech company is sending robots and drones to help battle the coronavirus outbreak in China by using them to disinfect affected areas. Buzz60’s Mercer Morrison has the story.

Credit: Veuer     Duration: 00:54Published
Coronavirus Govt ready to help industries which face raw material problems from China, says Sitharaman [Video]

Coronavirus Govt ready to help industries which face raw material problems from China, says Sitharaman

Coronavirus Govt ready to help industries which face raw material problems from China, says Sitharaman

Credit: ANI     Duration: 01:12Published
Starving monkeys fed with watermelon as coronavirus halts tourism in Thailand [Video]

Starving monkeys fed with watermelon as coronavirus halts tourism in Thailand

Monkeys that were going hungry because there are no tourists to feed them due to the coronavirus were finally treated to dozens of watermelons.  The video shows a large group of monkey's being..

Credit: Newsflare     Duration: 07:05Published

Tweets about this