Youth plants trees to pay tribute to doctors and paramedics who lost their lives fighting COVID-19
The trees were planted on National Tree Plantation Day at the Allama Iqbal International Airport.
In an attempt to improve the environmental condition in Pakistan and pay tribute to the frontline health workers, a youth NGO planted hundreds of trees in collaboration with Parks and Horticulture Authority (PHA).
The trees were planted on National Tree Plantation Day at the Allama Iqbal International Airport. The seeds were sowed to pay tribute to the doctors and paramedics across the world who sacrificed their lives fighting against the novel coronavirus.
As the world continues to fight against COVID-19, there are many brave medical and paramedics workers who have lost their lives in this constant battle.
The pandemic seems to be coming to an end in a number of countries. The downward trend in the number of cases is only due to the efforts of the paramedic staff and doctors across the world who worked tirelessly to help their nations get through these tough times.
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