Latest communication I have is that I may have to teach for two months online. I am sitting in a Airbnb in Manila with only a cellphone. Many Chinese teachers are in a similar position, having gone home for the Chinese New Year and finding themselves in villages with slow internet and no access to a computer
I can cope. My Moodle is running, my students have a login and I have spent time in class last semester showing them how it works.
I have offered to help my Western colleagues by adding them as teachers on my site. That offer holds for any teacher caught by this situation.
But the problem is Moodle is complicated. I doubt if any of my colleagues can create a course and support their students in logging in and using forums and quizzes.
This is why Moodle Partners can't really help. It is the grassroots, the teachers that drive Moodle. And those teachers don't have the skills to run Moodle. Not for any fault of their own but because they have never even heard of Moodle. My first exposure to Moodle was on a CELTA course as a student and seeing how my fellow aspiring teachers struggled opened my eyes. Teaching with Moodle doesn't come naturally.
This isn't a Chinese problem. It may be coming to your school in a matter of months.