The first Chines aid supply arrived in Kabul today, Thursday, April 02. The supply includes medicine, respirator and mask.
Afghanistan’s second vice president, Mohammad Sarwar Danish,
who chairs emergency committee for control of coronavirus outburst, received
the aid supply at Hamid Karzai International Airport in Kabul. China’s
ambassador to Kabul, Wang Yu, was also present in the occasion.
Danish thanked People’s Republic of China for medical aid and underlined that the pandemic Covid-19 is a virus that may affect nations around the globe. He urged all nations and governments to stay in solidarity at this critical time and work together to control outbreak of the fatal coronavirus.
Mr. Wang Yu noted that the virus is the enemy of all Afghan
people and a united response and constant efforts are required to control it. “No one can stand alone in the epidemic
prevention and control,” he said.
A latest official record shows that 239 people have tested
positive for Covid-19 in Afghanistan. Ten patients have recovered and four
others have passed away, according to official figure.