While the COVID-19 virus was only ravaging in China there was much talk about the need to develop alternative suppliers in e.g. South East Asian countries such as Indonesia and Vietnam and India.
Now, when the virus has become a global pandemic the situation looks a bit different. China has weathered the crisis comparatively better than other countries. While it has been a 2 month disruption things are now back to normal, while the rest of the world are still right middle of it, with varying degrees of success in the response. Vietnam seems to have handled it very well. In Indonesia it took a suspiciously long time before they started to report any cases and the situation in India looks frightening.
Supply Chains from China are ready to open, but there are obstacles to inspect shipments in the next months.
On April 8 the lockdown on Wuhan finally was let go. Many workers who had been stuck for 7 weeks then started to return to their jobs in different parts of China.