US acknowledges Pakistani Americans serving communities during coronavirus crisis
The United States has acknowledged the Pakistani Americans who helped the country’s communities during the coronavirus epidemic.
Alice Wells, US Principal Deputy Assistant Secretary of State for South and Central Asia, thanked Pakistani Americans in a tweet on Tuesday and said it was great to see them helping in whatever way they could.
They provide food assistance in the US and assist healthcare professionals in Pakistan.
The American Pakistani Advocacy Organization offers free meals for first responders trying to combat the deadly coronavirus.
“It’s our little part to do something for greater good. Pakistani Americans want to serve our communities in this tough times,” the group tweeted.