Three Pakistanis diagnosed with Coronavirus cured: Chinese embassy

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ISLAMABAD: The Chinese Embassy in Pakistan on Wednesday announced that three Pakistanis, who had been diagnosed with the Coronavirus in the country, have been cured.
“We are pleased to learn that three Pakistani citizens affected by Coronavirus in China have been cured and discharged from hospitals in Guangzhou and Shenzhen of Guangdong Province,” the Chinese mission in Pakistan tweeted. “All the best to them! Thank you, medical team in China,” it added.
Pakistan’s Ambassador to China, Naghmana Hashmi, and Special Assistant to the Prime Minister on Health, Dr Zafar Mirza were tagged in the post. However, no further details of the students, however, were shared by the mission.

Last month, Dr Mirza had announced that four Pakistani students in China were tested positive for the Coronavirus, but refused to share their names as well. He said that the government will take good care of the students who have contracted the virus.
The death toll from the Coronavirus epidemic in mainland China climbed over 1,133 on Wednesday. The number of new cases fell for a second straight day as Beijing scrambles to contain the outbreak.
Another 97 people died in China on Tuesday raising the national toll to 1,113, while more than 44,600 people have now been infected by newly named COVID-19 virus.
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