Pakistan-Coronavirus/China/Reax

Pakistani officials praise China's experience-sharing in curbing COVID-19

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Islamabad, Pakistan - March 20, 2020 (CCTV - No access Chinese mainland)
1. Various of Aamer Ikram, executive director, National Institute of Health, at video conference, other attendees
2. Various of screen showing information about COVID-19
3. Nasim Akhtar (R), assistant professor, infectious diseases department, Pakistan Institute of Medical Sciences, at video conference, other attendees
4. Various of video conference in progress
5. SOUNDBITE (English) Nasim Akhtar, assistant professor, infectious diseases department, Pakistan Institute of Medical Sciences:
"This video conference was of great help, right from the diagnostics, contact-tracing and how to clinically manage those cases."
6. Screen showing information about COVID-19
7. Various of video conference in progress
8. SOUNDBITE (English) Aamer Ikram, executive director, National Institute of Health:
"They have shared amazing experiences. They have shared amazing concepts that they have developed within just two months. I think the way China has fought so aggressively, it speaks volume because you have brought down the morbidity straight away. All those experiences would be beneficial for the developing world and I would also add the developed world."
9. Various of video conference in progress

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Pakistani officials have heaped praise on Chinese experts for sharing their experiences and for their work in curbing the COVID-19 pandemic.

China hosted an online video conference with 19 countries from Eurasia and South Asia on the prevention and control of the COVID-19 outbreak on Friday.

During the conference, Chinese experts introduced the development trend and characteristics of the epidemic as well as China's experience in epidemic prevention and control, clinical treatment, customs and quarantine.

Two medical experts from Pakistan, who participated in the teleconference said the information shared by the Chinese experts at the meeting is of great significance to many countries, especially for those at critical stages of epidemic prevention and control. The experts added that all parties will actively cooperate with China to jointly respond to the epidemic.

"This video conference was of great help, right from the diagnostics, contact-tracing and how to clinically manage those cases," said Nasim Akhtar, an assistant professor on infectious diseases at the Pakistan Institute of Medical Sciences.

"They have shared amazing experiences. They have shared amazing concepts that they have developed within just two months. I think the way China has fought so aggressively, it speaks volume because you have brought down the morbidity straight away. All those experiences would be beneficial for the developing world and I would also add the developed world," said Aamer Ikram, executive director of National Institute of Health.

The conference gathered about 200 participants including government officials, health experts and WHO officials from 19 countries, in Eurasia and South Asia, including Georgia, Armenia, Azerbaijan, Ukraine and Afghanistan.

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  • Published : 2020-03-21 16:52
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  • Location : Pakistan
  • Category : health
  • Duration : 1'49
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  • Location : Исламабад,Пакистан
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  • Duration : 1'49
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  • Location : Pakistán
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Pakistan-Coronavirus/China/Reax

Pakistani officials praise China's experience-sharing in curbing COVID-19

Dateline : March 20, 2020

Location : Pakistan

Duration : 1'49

  • English
  • Pусский
  • Español


Islamabad, Pakistan - March 20, 2020 (CCTV - No access Chinese mainland)
1. Various of Aamer Ikram, executive director, National Institute of Health, at video conference, other attendees
2. Various of screen showing information about COVID-19
3. Nasim Akhtar (R), assistant professor, infectious diseases department, Pakistan Institute of Medical Sciences, at video conference, other attendees
4. Various of video conference in progress
5. SOUNDBITE (English) Nasim Akhtar, assistant professor, infectious diseases department, Pakistan Institute of Medical Sciences:
"This video conference was of great help, right from the diagnostics, contact-tracing and how to clinically manage those cases."
6. Screen showing information about COVID-19
7. Various of video conference in progress
8. SOUNDBITE (English) Aamer Ikram, executive director, National Institute of Health:
"They have shared amazing experiences. They have shared amazing concepts that they have developed within just two months. I think the way China has fought so aggressively, it speaks volume because you have brought down the morbidity straight away. All those experiences would be beneficial for the developing world and I would also add the developed world."
9. Various of video conference in progress


Pakistani officials have heaped praise on Chinese experts for sharing their experiences and for their work in curbing the COVID-19 pandemic.

China hosted an online video conference with 19 countries from Eurasia and South Asia on the prevention and control of the COVID-19 outbreak on Friday.

During the conference, Chinese experts introduced the development trend and characteristics of the epidemic as well as China's experience in epidemic prevention and control, clinical treatment, customs and quarantine.

Two medical experts from Pakistan, who participated in the teleconference said the information shared by the Chinese experts at the meeting is of great significance to many countries, especially for those at critical stages of epidemic prevention and control. The experts added that all parties will actively cooperate with China to jointly respond to the epidemic.

"This video conference was of great help, right from the diagnostics, contact-tracing and how to clinically manage those cases," said Nasim Akhtar, an assistant professor on infectious diseases at the Pakistan Institute of Medical Sciences.

"They have shared amazing experiences. They have shared amazing concepts that they have developed within just two months. I think the way China has fought so aggressively, it speaks volume because you have brought down the morbidity straight away. All those experiences would be beneficial for the developing world and I would also add the developed world," said Aamer Ikram, executive director of National Institute of Health.

The conference gathered about 200 participants including government officials, health experts and WHO officials from 19 countries, in Eurasia and South Asia, including Georgia, Armenia, Azerbaijan, Ukraine and Afghanistan.

ID : 8138334

Published : 2020-03-21 16:52

Last Modified : 2020-03-21 22:27:36

Source : China Central Television (CCTV)

Restrictions : No access Chinese mainland

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