Sharjeel Memon tests positive for coronavirus

KARACHI: Former provincial minister Sharjeel Memon has tested positive for the novel coronavirus, which has affected more than 100,000 people across the country. 
In a tweet on Monday, Sharjeel Memon wrote that he had sent his samples to two labs. A result he received on Saturday was positive but one he received on Sunday, from the Aga Khan University Hospital, was negative.

“I am thankful to all friends for your prayers and messages. I have given my samples for COVID-19 tests in two different labs. Yesterday’s result was positive and today’s result from Aga khan is negative. After a few days, I will go for another test. Inshallah Allah will help all of us,” he wrote.
According to Memon, he will get tested again in a few days. He also thanked people for their prayers and messages.
Last week, Muttahida Qaumi Movement-Pakistan (MQM-P) Coordination Committee member Faisal Sabzwari had tested positive for the deadly virus.
He confirmed that along with him, his parents, wife, and two daughters have tested positive for the virus previously.
Sharjeel Memon is among the politicians who have been infected with the deadly virus. Earlier, Federal Minister for Saffron and Narcotics Shehryar Khan Afridi, Speaker National Assembly Asad Qaiser PML-N MPA Shaukat Manzoor Cheema, National Party (ANP) Ghulam Ahmad Bilour, and Pakistan Peoples Party (PPP) Senator Saeed Ghani were also diagnosed with coronavirus.
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