ISLAMABAD: The 30 Pakistan students who were trapped in Wuhan, the most hit by coronavirus province, has appealed for help to Pakistani authorities through Abbtakk News.
Most of the trapped students hailing from Badin and one of female student talking to Abbtakk News told that students are kept in hostels and markets are closed and food scarcity started gripping the area.
On the other hand, Four Pakistani students in China tested positive for the coronavirus, Special Assistant to Prime Minister on Health Dr Zafar Mirza said on Wednesday.
Addressing a press conference, Dr Mirza said that a large proportion of the Pakistanis living in China were students of which over 500 students were based in the central city of Wuhan, the epicentre of the new virus.
The premier’s special assistant said that there were four Pakistani students confirmed to have the coronavirus with links to Wuhan.
On Prime Minister Imran Khan’s behalf, Mirza assured the children’s families of the government’s support. He said that they will take on the responsibility of these children and all Pakistanis in China.