JD Logistics announced that it helped transport healthcare goods to rural areas in China.
It said that it helped deliver the first batch of 30,000 oximeters from Danyang, Jiangsu province, to Lanzhou, the capital of Gansu province, to secure sufficient medical product supply in the rural area.
The oximeters will be distributed to 86 counties in Gansu province.
"JD Logistics has activated a prioritized mechanism for the delivery of medical products and extended the working hours for last-mile delivery to enable smooth rural logistics and distribution," the Chinese logistics company said.
It added that JD Health is also dedicated to easing the medicine shortages in rural areas with its own special offerings.
It noted that the "JD Health Emergency Medicine Box" public welfare project had been launched recently as a joint initiative of JD Health and China Social Assistance Foundation to support rural areas.
With the support of 1,810 merchants on JD Health, the first batch of antipyretic medicine will be donated to 37,000 rural people in Henan, Guizhou, Gansu, Shaanxi and Guangxi provinces.