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Twitterati React After Pak Minister Says Coronavirus Can Enter Human Body “Neechay Se”

A lot has been happening around the world amidst the Coronavirus pandemic, which has affected the whole world. The situation has been worsening with every passing day. The number of Coronavirus infected people has reached to 23,22,362, with 1,59,668 people losing their lives to the disease.

Many parts around the world are currently under the lockdown and people are asked to maintain social distancing in order to contain the outspread of the disease.

Amidst the Coronavirus pandemic, a lot of misconceptions and myths have been making rounds on the internet. Every day we receive many WhatsApp forwards regarding the misconceptions regarding the Coronavirus.

Well, recently, a video has gone insanely viral on social media featuring special assistant to the Prime Minister on Information and Broadcasting Dr. Firdous Ashiq Awan, who can be seen talking about Coronavirus. In the viral video, “Dr.” Firdous Ashiq Awan explains that Coronavirus can enter a human body ‘neechay se’ (from private parts).

The video was shared by a popular journalist Naila Inayat via her official Twitter account. Sharing the video, Naila wrote:

“Virus can enter neechay se, explains Firdous Ashiq Awan.”

Here, watch the video:

Well, the tweet went viral in no time, leaving everyone in splits. People are now trolling her left, right and center. Twitterati are amused by the fact that she is a doctor. Yes, you read that right.

Here, check out the reactions of Twitterati on this:

Talking about Pakistan, the situation has been worsening with every passing day in the country. So far, the disease has infected 7,638 people around the country, with 143 people losing their lives to the disease.

Written by Unnati Madan

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