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Pakistani diaspora in Singapore has provided hundreds of protective gear for health professionals fighting the coronavirus pandemic in Pakistan, PM’s aide Zulfi Bukhari said Thursday.

These protective gear included 2,800 coveralls, 1500 goggles, 400 face shields, Bukhari said on Twitter.

They were handed over to the National Disaster Management
Authority.

Bukhari thanked Pakistanis in Singapore for coming forward
at this difficult time. He said all overseas Pakistanis were welcome to
contribute.

Pakistan is currently struggling to contain the spread of
the coronavirus. The country has 1,091 known cases.

So far, eight people have died of the virus across the
country.

Abdul Gh Lone

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