How Sequoia Capital China is helping its portfolio startups get through the Covid-19 crisis

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On April 12, Sequoia Capital China announced it had set up a RMB 10m ($1.4m) fund to donate medical supplies to overseas hospitals amid the Covid-19 pandemic. The first batch of donations, including personal protective equipment (PPE), had already arrived in the US as of that day. Recipients included Stanford Health Care, Yale New Haven Hospital, Cleveland Clinic, Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center, and Partners HealthCare. More medical supplies are on the way to other countries hit by Covid-19.This is only the latest contribution by the VC firm to the coronavirus fight. As early as J...
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