Source: Science

According to The News (International), a man in Karachi was arrested by the authorities for selling fake coronavirus vaccines as the number of cases in the city tripled on Monday.

The suspect was apparently operating a clinic as a doctor in the Defence area. He further provided vaccines for the deadly virus. The case is registered at the Defence Police station.

There are no vaccines officially out for the COVID-19. Citizens are advised to not believe the scammers. Around the globe, scientists are running tests to come up with a vaccine that can kill the virus efficiently.

World Health Organization (WHO), and the Centers for Disease Control and Protection have been running campaigns to suggest people around the globe to wash their hands and clean surfaces that are touched quite frequently.

Source: Express Tribune

As if of now, 184 cases have come forward in Pakistan with 25 cases from Karachi.

Identify Your Symptoms 

We spoke to Dr. Bushra Jamil, Professor of Infectious Diseases and Internal Medicine at Aga Khan University Hospital (AKUH) and President, Medical Microbiology and Infectious Diseases Society of Pakistan regarding the virus and here’s what she had to say:

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