New coronavirus case emerges in Gilgit-Baltistan, Pakistan's tally rises to 20

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Shahid Karimi | 2 years ago | Reply Few rich relatives of mine returned from Iran few days ago via Dubai. They deliberately chose the Dubai route to escape from going through screening and quarantine. They have now reached Skardu, and still hiding themselves from the health authorities. They are meeting people and people are going their homes. Someone stop this please!
M Ansari | 2 years ago | Reply They are working so hard that they are planning to hold a crowded PSL match in Karachi. The money of PSL is clearly more important than containing this disease and saving lives. They could still hold PSL without an audience and just televise the matches – still making money through advertizing. But they want to squeeze every inch of money out of an audience. After attending PSL, if there is a transmission of corona virus, contract tracing will no longer be possible. Each person will give to 4 others, and the 4 others will give to 16 others, and so on. The Sindh healthcare system is already abysmal – so prepare for a lot of death in Karachi with thanks to Sindh Government.
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