UAE has sent medical aid to Pakistan amid the coronavirus outbreak. The second batch of the medical aid from the United Arab Emirates reached the Islamabad International Airport on Sunday morning, as per the reports of local media.
The UAE has sent eleven tonnes of medical supplies to Pakistan for showing support in its fight against the novel COVID-19 crisis, as tweeted by the Ambassador of UAE Hamad Al-Zaabi.
He mentioned in his tweet that they renew their commitment to stand firm by the world against these exceptional circumstances and challenges. The UAE ambassador further mentioned that the UAE had earlier sent medical aid and supplies to Pakistan as well.
As per the latest, Pakistan has reported more than 2,800 coronavirus cases, with forty-one deaths. Most of the cases that have been reported are in the provinces of Sindh and Punjab.
On the other hand, Pakistan has taken the decision of opening the Torkham and Chaman borders from tomorrow for a span of 4 days. The decision has been taken in order to show solidarity with Afghanistan in these tedious times when the whole world is combating against the novel coronavirus.