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Pakistani doctor awarded medal in Saudi Arabia over his COVID-19 services

Saudi Arabia-based Pakistani specialist, Zia Ullah Khan Dawar, was awarded a medal by the Kingdom’s health ministry in recognition of his services as one of the “captains” of the COVID-19 team, Arab News reported on Monday.

As indicated by the distribution, the wellbeing laborer has been living in the Kingdom throughout the previous four years and has taken a shot at a few health programs including tuberculosis, dengue fever, and intestinal sickness.

“He is right now working with the realm’s health service in Jeddah as a feature of a COVID-19 reconnaissance and information investigation group,” the distribution said.

Dawar revealed to Arab News that the nation’s health service offered grants to clinical laborers in acknowledgment of 100 days of their administrations in battling against the infection and that he was one of the outside specialists to get the honor.

“I am feeling so glad to get the acknowledgment of my administrations. I originated from North Waziristan, so it isn’t just a respect for me yet for my territory and for Pakistan,” he said.

“We were working in a portable group which is a difficult and hazardous activity,” Dawar stated, including: “At whatever point any positive case was accounted for, we quickly needed to go to the site and do the needful.”

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