China, South Korea and Taiwan are now sending resources around the world to help combat the coronavirus pandemic.As new cases in Asian countries have dropped sharply — though all three countries are facing a second wave of infections — businesses, individuals and officials have said they are sending masks, staff and more.Taiwanese Foreign Minister Joseph Wu announced Wednesday that the country plans to donate 100,000 masks to the United States on a weekly basis once its supplies are stable. In exchange, the United States will reserve 300,000 hazmat suits for Taiwan, according to local reports.Individuals are also offering help, as well. Chinese billionaire Jack Ma, for example, tweeted images of 500,000 virus testing kits and 1 million masks set to arrive in the United States.The Morning RundownGet a head start on the morning’s top stories.Ma, co-founder of the e-commerce company Alibaba, shared on his foundation’s account this month that he had donated the materials. In a separate tweet, the Jack Ma Foundation announced Monday it would be expanding its donations to all 54 nations of Africa.”In total, 1.1 million testing kits, 6 million masks and 60,000 medical use protective suits and face shields will be delivered,” the statement said. Prime

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