To help Cambodia and Serbia fight the COVID-19 pandemic, the Chinese government has decided to send a team of medical experts to the infected countries. The teams, organized by the National Health Commission, consists of experts selected by the Health Commission of Guangxi Zhuang autonomous region.
According to the latest figures from the NHC, more than 800 patients have been cured and discharged from hospitals in China’s mainland, bringing the tally to over 70,420.
Local governments in China have donated masks, protective gowns, nucleic acid test reagents and other medical supplies to their sister cities in the ROK, Japan, Iran, Italy, Lebanon, Pakistan, Iraq, Malaysia, Laos, Algeria, Tunisia, France, Peru, Angola, Switzerland and Germany. Local enterprises in China also provided medical supplies such as masks and protective suits to local governments and Red Cross organizations in the ROK, Iran, Italy and Germany as well as their diplomatic missions in China.
Since the outbreak, Eurasian and South Asian countries have lent effective support and help to China. Recent days have seen the pandemic spreading and situation getting worse in these countries. Some countries have asked China for assistance and expressed their urgent wish to emulate China’s experience in coping with COVID-19. With the vision of a community with a shared future for mankind, while making all-out efforts at home, China is do whatever it can to support and assist its friendly neighbours in the spirit of solidarity amid adversity, deepen cooperation with other countries, share its experience in pandemic control and treatment, and work with others to uphold regional and global public health security.