US government prioritises Pakistan in coronavirus fight

ISLAMABAD (HRNW) – US Ambassador to Pakistan Paul Jones on Friday discussed several new ways that the United States is partnering with Pakistan to combat coronavirus.

According to a video message released on Friday on the US Mission to Pakistan’s social media platforms, with more than $8 million in new contributions, the United States is collaborating with the government of Pakistan to help stop the spread of coronavirus nationwide and to care for afflicted people.

All of these contributions were identified as top priority needs by the Pakistani authorities, and they are fully paid for by the American people.

This funding will be utilized for a number of activities, including: Providing three new mobile labs so Pakistanis living in virus hotspots can be tested, treated, and monitored to stop the spread, through $3 million in contributions.

Funding high-tech emergency operations centers in Islamabad, Sindh, Punjab, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, and Balochistan with $1 million.

Expanding our partnership with $2 million to train community healthcare workers to assist people in their homes to lessen the burden on hospitals.

Conducting life-saving activities in Afghan refugee and host communities in Pakistan with $2.4 million, administered by the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees.

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