Alibaba co-founder Jack Ma has donated more than $21 million to help find a vaccine for the deadly coronavirus. Business magnate Jack Ma has donated 100 million yuan (A$21.35 million) through his foundation to help develop a vaccine for the new strain of coronavirus which has infected thousands and killed 170 people so far. Forty million yuan (A$8.5 million) will be given to two Chinese government research organisations, a social media post from the Jack Ma Foundation said. The remaining money will be used to support "prevention and treatment" measures, it said. It follows an announcement on Saturday by Alibaba – the company Mr Ma co-founded – that it would set up a 1 billion yuan ($213 million) fund to buy medical supplied for Wuhan and the wide Hubei province where the virus first emerged. Alibaba is also offering free artificial intelligence computing power to scientific research organisations to […]