Said they were providing food and assistance in the US, as well as supporting health professionals in Pakistan
US Deputy Assistant Chief Assistant for South and Central Asian Affairs Alice Wells on Wednesday honored Pakistani Americans for serving communities in the United States and Pakistan during the pandemic.
Top US diplomats take to social media to praise Pakistani Americans for providing food and assistance in the US, and supporting health professionals in Pakistan.
Good to see #PakistaniAmericans passionate about serving the community in the US and # Pakistan During # COVID19 crisis by providing food assistance in the US, supporting health professionals in Pakistan, and raising online awareness. AGW https://t.co/F2zRL2XGRm
– State_SCA (@State_SCA) April 7, 2020
Late last month, the US announced it would give Pakistan $ 1 million under the USAID program to help improve monitoring and rapid response to the new coronavirus.
“The US-Pakistan government partnership helped fight Covid-19. The US government is responding to Covid-19 in Pakistan with an initial $ 1 million to improve monitoring and rapid response, “said Alice Wells.
He stated that Pakistan and the United States are long-standing partners in overcoming global health challenges.
The US diplomat further stated that there were more than one hundred Pakistani graduates in the laboratory training of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, investigating cases of the corona virus in Punjab and Gilgit-Baltistan.
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