Kuwaiti students help Jordanians in coronavirus crisis

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Kuwait offers food to have-nots in Ukraine




Kuwait offers food to have-nots in Ukraine

Kuwait offers food to have-nots in Ukraine

20/05/2020 

KUWAIT-- The Kuwaiti Embassy in Ukraine said Wednesday it has handed out foodstuff to needy families in various cities in Ukraine on the occasion of the fasting month of Ramadan.

"Food supplies have been offered to needy families and students in different Ukrainian cities," the embassy said in a press statement.

The good gesture is part of a wider initiative, jointly launched by the Kuwaiti Embassy in Ukraine and the General Secretariat of Awqaf, aiming at providing fast-breaking meals to the poor, according to the statement.

 KUNA : Kuwaiti students help Jordanians in coronavirus crisis ...

Kuwaiti students help Jordanians in coronavirus crisis

Kuwaiti students help Jordanians in coronavirus crisis

19/05/2020 

AMMAN-- A number of Kuwaiti students enrolled in Jordanian universities have taken part in the initiate "Watan," launched by the Jordanian doctors association for deployment on the field to face the novel coronavirus.

The State of Kuwait Ambassador to Jordan, Aziz Al-Dihani, said in a statement to KUNA on Tuesday the Kuwaiti students were helping with their Jordanian peers in treatment and epidemic tracing teams.

Samaa Al-Bloushi, a Kuwaiti medicine student, told KUNA she had joined three medical teams since registering in the campaign last March.

Al-Bloushi delivers medicines to those in need during curfew hours that extended in some recent periods for 12 hours. She had also taken part in tasks by the epidemic tracers, conducting swab tests in a number of Jordanian regions and provinces.

Her peer, Zayed Al-Enezi, has also participated in the infection tracing missions, delivering the samples to a laboratory in the district of Al-Abdali in the Jordanian capital.

Another Kuwaiti medicine student, Ibrahim Al-Bzai', said he had been involved in distribution of medicines in various regions of the kingdom.

Jordan recorded first coronavirus infection case in early March. In the middle of the month, Amman declared a chain of precautionary measures against the contagion, suspending schools, travel, banning peoples' gatherings in public and imposing curfew.

The government has recently adopted a plan for gradual resumption of regular life including work in public sector as of May 26.

Authorities have so far declared nine deaths from the contagion in addition to 629 infections.




 














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