Coronavirus: an advice (1).

Byline: Fakir Syed Ayazuddin - Karachi

IF we bring back the Pakistani students studying in China, it will be a colossal mistake. They should be asked to continue their studies in China wherever they study.

They should be compensated monetarily and encouraged to continue their studies. The Chinese government is doing its best to control the epidemic and it will soon find the cure and put an end to their crisis. I have faith in the ability of the Chinese to overcome this crisis.

If students return to Pakistan, they will expose themselves to higher risks and to an environment where the chances of a secondary infection are higher and may prove fatal. Pakistani politicians have proved that Larkana, the birthplace of the Bhuttos, has the highest rate of HIV positive children as young as four. It is far better to...

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