Four Pakistani students in Wuhan confirmed with deadly Coronavirus
ISLAMABAD Special Assistant to Prime Minister (SAPM) on Health Dr Zafar Mirza revealed on Wednesday that four Pakistani students studying in Wuhan, China are confirmed to have the coronavirus.
Addressing a presser, the SAPM said that the government does not want to reveal the details of the students. He added that the students are doing well and getting the best care possible. He further said that the families are being notified and reassured, adding that the government will take on the responsibility of these children and all Pakistanis in China.
The SAPM reiterated that no case of the coronavirus has been confirmed in Pakistan. He said the individuals who were suspected of having the virus were kept under observation. He further said that as per the evidence, they could say that the individuals do not have coronavirus.
The new virus, which originated from a wild animal market in the central Chinese city of Wuhan, has killed 132 people and infected more than 6,000 in mainland China and abroad so far.