Huawei had resumed production of goods including consumer devices and carrier equipment, and operations are running normally, Reuters reported on Monday citing a spokesman from the Chinese telecom giant.
The company restarted manufacturing in line with a special exemption that allows certain critical industries to remain in operation, despite work has been in a halt in some cities and provinces.
The spokesman said most of the production was in Dongguan, a city in the southern Guangdong province.
During the new coronavirus outbreak, Huawei has provided aid to the most hit city Wuhan.
Wuhan Huoshenshan Hospital, the first specialized hospital in Wuhan for the admission and treatment of patients infected by the new coronavirus, will begin accepting patients on February 3. The hospital's first "remote consultation platform", which is powered by Huawei, will also be officially put into use.
On the evening of January 31, Huawei and China Telecom jointly completed the network laying and equipment commissioning of the first "remote consultation platform" at Wuhan Huoshenshan Hospital.
Through this platform, high-quality medical expert resources far from Beijing can conduct remote consultations with patients through front-line medical staff of Huoshenshan Hospital through remote video connection.