Albanian scientists Detina and Argita Zalli published the Covid-19 brochure

Detina and Argita Zalli are two sisters from Albania, working as scientists in England. During the pandemic, they have been active in media and social networks while giving precise and coherent information.

Today they have published an informative brochure about Covid-19 in which they explain the whole dynamic of the virus.

“The brochure is also found on the Facebook page “AfĂ«rdita Ime” along with the other book referring to cancer, diet, and radiation therapy. We hope to have been a help to everyone. Please SHARE so that to educate as many more people as possible,” – wrote to her Facebook profile Detina Zalli.

The link to the Covid-19 informative brochure:

The two sisters Detina and Argita Zalli immigrated to England in 1999. Since then, they are living and having a successful career there.

In one interview some time ago, they would declare:

“I and my sister are both scientists. We came to Britain from Albania. Science was our salvation. It opened our horizon to something wider. When we came here, we began from the bottom, but we were two, and that was our strength’: says Argita.

“We were good students and also estimated by our professors who gave us wings to fly. After I finished my studies in Britain, I moved to the USA because I got accepted at Harvard University. There was established the idea of creating ‘We speak science’, as a tool to help the development of science and medicine not only in Britain and USA but in other communities as well, like Albania”: says Detina.

“We collected together students from all over the world. My next achievement is teaching at Oxford University, where I will give lessons to doctors about cancer and collaborate with them to find a better cure and help all the people suffering from this disease.

“We recently held a conference in Albania, where we presented the researchers we have done in different science projects. Our contribution for Albanians consists in helping them to integrate sooner into the science community and make them feel more European. They are making a lot of progress and moving toward success’: says Detina.