Pakistani-American Girl Honored As A ‘Coronavirus Hero’ By Trump

Pakistani-American Girl

A 10 years old Pakistani-American girl was honored by the US President and the First Lady along with other coronavirus crisis heroes for helping people amid pandemic crisis.

A simple act of kindness can make a simple person a hero. The same case happened to the girl named Laila Khan, who belongs to Maryland and has been honored by Donald Trump, the president of the United States.

The girl, a member of the Girl Scouts from Maryland, was recognized as a hero because she donated cookies to nurses, people on the frontlines, and many coronavirus firefighters. Her act made her highly famous and she was acknowledged on social media accounts by the US embassy in Pakistan.

She was awarded by President Trump with the letter of recognition on 15th May in a public ceremony. Two other scouts were also there who along with Laila donated 100 boxes of cookies to local medical workers and firefighters. She and the other two scouts were highly appreciated in the ceremony.

US Embassy in Islamabad wished Laila Khan on its twitter account; “Congrats to 10-year-old Laila Khan, a Pakistani-American girl scout recognized by President Trump during a ceremony honoring coronavirus heroes! Laila donated 100 boxes of cookies to local medical workers & firefighters”.

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