Southeast Asia’s health care startups attract wary investors

SINGAPORE — Startups in Southeast Asia, especially those in health care and deliveries, have managed to raise millions of dollars to accelerate their expansion, showing investors’ appetite to find promising openings in the region despite the economic turmoil stemming from the coronavirus pandemic.

Among the health care startups that seem to have been boosted during the pandemic is Singapore-based telehealth app Doctor Anywhere, which raised $27 million in late March in a series B funding round from a group of investors including Malaysian hospital operator IHH Healthcare.

“Since the start of the outbreak, we’ve had more people reaching out to

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