As the United States’ coronavirus cases continues to soar, it looks like help will be brought in to tackle the ongoing crisis.
And who better than New Zealand’s Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern, who has been hailed for her dealing with the pandemic.
New Zealand has recorded just 2,030 infections and 25 deaths, according to Johns Hopkins University data.
Meanwhile, the United States has reported more than 256,000 deaths caused by coronavirus.
Ardern said in a press conference:
“I offered to him and his team access to New Zealand health officials in order to share their experience on things we’ve learnt on our Covid-19 journey,”