Foreign Doctor Volunteers to Help Sick Patients in Wuhan!

Source: China Daily

On Jan 27, Muhammad Usman Janjua, a doctor from Pakistan, formally applied to the Foreign Experts Service Office at the Hunan Department of Science and Technology, volunteering to go to Wuhan, Hubei province to treat coronavirus patients.

Working at Changsha Medical University as a teacher, Janjua said China was his second home, where he finished bachelors and masters degrees. Under such circumstances, it would be an honor to help Chinese people face the disaster.

Janjua came to China to study at Hunan University of Chinese Medicine in 2007, and has a Chinese name, Jiang Wei. In 2016, he went on to a masters degree study at Central South University in Hunan province.

China provided me with good opportunities for education and employment. I am unable to forget China and Changsha, he said.The Chinese Embassy in Pakistan expressed thanks to Janjua for his bravery.

We appreciate Dr Muhammad Usman Janjua, a foreign doctor joining the fight against coronavirus in China as a volunteer. He is a teacher from Changsha Medical University, China and hails from Deena, Jhelum, Pakistan, the embassy twitted.

In his own country, the doctor was also highly praised as a hero by Pakistan Peoples Party Senator Sherry Rehman.

Janjua said the Chinese government has taken quick, effective measures against the epidemic.

The staff of the foreign expert service sent me methods of epidemic prevention and virus isolation every day, asking me to protect myself and solving many difficulties for me.

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