Editor’s note: As of Tuesday, more than 73,000 people in 25 countries have become infected with the coronavirus, according to the World Health Organization. The New York Times reported that 150 million people in China are under restrictions governing how often they can leave their homes. Law.com International’s Hong Kong bureau chief, Anna Zhang, had been visiting her family in mainland China when the coronavirus outbreak occurred, She is still there. She filed this report late last week:

In China, where the coronavirus has infected close to 60,000 people and continues to spread, lawyers are making efforts to contribute to fighting the virus. (Pro bono is a whole different matter in China.) Many large Chinese law firms have organized efforts to buy medical supplies for Wuhan and other places. Jingtian & Gongcheng was among the first to organize firm-wide donations and purchased Rmb1 million worth of medical supplies for hospitals in Hubei in January.

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