Islamabad: In response to the current wave of COVID-19, Pakistan expressed its solidarity with the Indian people. Pakistan expressed its willingness to provide relief support to India, including ventilators, Bi PAP, digital X-ray machines, PPE and related items.
A spokesperson for the Ministry of Foreign Affairs said that the relevant authorities in Pakistan and India can work out ways to quickly deliver relief supplies. They can also explore possible ways of further cooperation to alleviate the challenges posed by the pandemic.
On the other hand, Pakistan’s Minister of Foreign Affairs, Shah Mahmood Qureshi, said in a tweet that after the current wave of coronavirus, Pakistan has officially provided formal assistance to neighboring countries because we are the first to pursue humanitarianism. policy.
India’s daily coronavirus death toll passed a new record Saturday as the government battled to get oxygen supplies to hospitals overwhelmed by the hundreds of thousands of new daily cases.
Another 2,624 deaths, a new daily record, were reported in 24 hours, taking the official toll to nearly 190,000 since the pandemic started. More than 340,000 new cases were also reported, taking India’s total to 16.5 million, second only to the United States.
But many experts predict that the current wave will last at least three weeks to reach its peak, and the actual number of deaths and cases will be much higher.