US, Pakistan researchers collaborating to stop spread of Covid-19: Alice Wells
WASHINGTON (92 News) – Senior US diplomat Alice Wells has said that researchers in the US and Pakistan are collaborating to stop the spread of coronavirus (COVID-19). Alice Wells took the microblogging website Twitter and said that the cooperation between Pakistan and US is continued to tackle the COVID-19. She mentioned that Pakistan’s National University of Science and Technology (NUST) with American institute NextStrain and Centre for Infection Diseases (CIDID) team are collaborating to stop the spread of novel deadly disease of coronavirus. “Researchers in the US and Pakistan are collaborating to stop the spread of #covid19. We applaud NextStrain, CIDIDteam in the US & NUST in Pakistan for their work using open data sharing to map the virus. #Partners4Prosperity AGW,” Alice Wells tweeted.
In another tweet, the senior US diplomat said, “Inspiring actions from members of our Pakistani-American community. Grateful for the doctors, nurses, paramedics & scientists working to help stop #COVID19.” Earlier, US Embassy in Islamabad tweeted that Pakistani-Americans are doing heroic work to save lives in the fight against #coronavirus. Read this story of a couple who even cancelled their wedding plans to continue their lifesaving work as doctors.
Researchers in the U.S. and Pakistan are collaborating to stop the spread of #covid19. We applaud @NextStrain, @CIDIDteam in the U.S. & @Official_NUST in #Pakistan for their work using #opendata sharing to map the virus. #Partners4Prosperity AGW— State_SCA (@State_SCA) April 2, 2020