Pakistani students stuck in Wuhan, China, return home after six months.
According to details, 274 Pakistani students stranded in Wuhan, China for 6 months were brought back home by a special PIA flight.
Sources said that a special PIA flight from Wuhan reached Islamabad carrying Pakistani students while medical examination of Chinese students is underway at New Islamabad Airport.
The sources further said that quarantine will be sent for 48 hours after medical examination and coronavirus test of the students while after medical examination the students will be shifted to two hotels on Mall Road Rawalpindi, Katas College Chakwal Quarantine Center.
Ministry of Foreign Affairs tweeted, “FS Sohail Mahmood & senior MoFA officers extended warm welcome to Pakistan students returning home by @Official_PIA from #Wuhan Appreciated their courage & perseverance as Wuhan battled #COVID19 & congratulated them on successful completion of studies. #LongLivePakistanChinaFriendship.”
— Spokesperson 🇵🇰 MoFA (@ForeignOfficePk) May 18, 2020
It should be noted that due to the coronavirus, a student in Wuhan said in a video statement that due to the coronavirus, Wuhan has lost contact with China. More than 2,000 Pakistani students of 12 universities in Wuhan are suffering from malnutrition, Prime Minister of Pakistan and Ministry of Foreign Affairs to help get out of the disaster-stricken province.
Coronavirus-infected Wuhan University students belong to Punjab, Sindh and Khyber Pakhtunkhwa.
It should be noted that the coronavirus had spread from the Chinese city, Wuhan. A large number of Pakistani students were stucked in China who protested for their return, after which the government decided to bring back.