Pakistani students in China safe from novel coronavirus

Pakistani students in China

WUHAN, China: “Everything is normal for me and my other Pakistani colleagues,” said Khan Baz, a student studying in China University of Geosciences (Wuhan), amid the outbreak of novel coronavirus pneumonia cases in Wuhan city, capital of China’s Hubei Province.

Now, Baz is still busy with his study on energy at the campus in Wuhan. He told China Economic Net that the university workers advised students to avoid crowds.

They have provided free surgical masks and new year gifts for international students. The staff also spray disinfection in teaching buildings and dormitory building to prevent and control the virus.

The canteen and library both are closed now as the students have left for the upcoming Spring Festival, or the Chinese Lunar New Year.

“I cooked Pakistani cuisine by myself and sometimes, I ate outside,” said Baz.

He said all his Pakistani friends studying in Wuhan are fine and their lives haven’t affected by the novel coronavirus so far. “My life in Wuhan is as usual,” he added.


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