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For the past two months, Chinese organizations and individuals in the US have sent countless parcels of supplies over land and sea to the coronavirus outbreak epicentre in Wuhan, as well as to other provinces with smaller clusters. But as the situation in China began to stabilize, it became more apparent with each passing day that the US was about to face the same kind of harrowing protective gear shortages that plagued China during the peak of the outbreak in February.
Sean Shi, a Wuhan University of Technology alumnus, is an active member of the United American Chinese of Washington, a local community disaster relief