Tag Archives: VIRUS

Be Careful of Whatsapp Video Calling Scam

Be Careful of Whatsapp Video Calling Scam


Sumera Saeed | November 19, 2016 | category: News

Be Careful of Whatsapp Video Calling Scam

Recently Whatsapp Video call feature started to roll Pakistan after the worldwide launch. This video calling feature of Whatsapp is presently working on the latest Android versions and also on Jelly Bean, iOS9 operating system.

Some internet scammers in are having advantage of this thing and sending fake messages seemingly Official Whatsapp Website in order to activate calling feature to all Android OS Versions.

The scammers are sending Message with a link as follows:

You’re invited to try Whatsapp Video Calling feature.

Activate at

http://whatsapp-video calls.com/

Be Careful of Whatsapp Video Calling Scam

if you are using Whatsapp and not able to opt the calling feature don open this link as it lead to scam or virus infected links instead of allowing you to have Whatsapp Calling Feature.

So try to be careful and don’t open such fake links.

Pakistan Vs. West Indies Test Matches To Start on October 13

Pakistan Vs. West Indies Test Matches To Start on October 13


Sumera Saeed | October 6, 2016 | category: News

Pakistan Vs. West Indies Test Matches To Start on October 13

After Defeating West Indies in 3 Twenty20 and 3 One Day International matches, Pakistan is all set to play 3 Test Matches starting from 13th October, 2016 in United Arab Emirates (UAE).

Pakistan will start their three-match Test series with a pink-ball, day-night match at the Dubai International Cricket Stadium. The first Test Match will be on 13th October, the second Test on 21st October in Abu Dhabi, and the third Test Match in Sharjah on 30th October, 2016.

Baber Azam will also be the part of the Test Squad against West Indies. On the other hand Younis Khan will not be the part of Pakistan Test Squad due to illness as he was infected by the mosquito-borne virus Dengue last month and was admitted to a local hospital.

Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) has yet to declare the Pakistani Cricket Team Squad for Test Matches Against West Indies in Dubai.

Pakistan Vs. West Indies Cricket Series 2016 Schedule Announced

It is expected that PCB will announce the Test Team on 8th October, 2016.

For further details about matches stay in touch with Daytimes.pk

Red Alert In Pakistan On Eid-ul-Azha: Congo Virus, Symptoms and Treatment

Red Alert In Pakistan On Eid-ul-Azha: Congo Virus, Symptoms and Treatment


Mariam Irshad | September 8, 2016 | category: Health and Beauty

Red Alert In Pakistan On Eid-ul-Azha: Congo Virus, Symptoms and Treatment

As in Pakistan Eid Ul Azha is coming soon so many of us used to rush in nearby animal markets for buying special one to sacrifice this eid. Excitement & Joy make us unaware of diseases, viruses exists there. CONGO VIRUS becomes so common as it has taken hold on domestic and wild animals certain cases are reported in reference to CONGO VIRUS .  Infected animals are transmitting this virus in other animals and humans.

During this year 2016, many cases are reported which become the reason of lethal death. Congo Virus is called as Crimean-Congo Hemorrhagic Fever in medical term. It transmitted through ticks from one infected animal to other and same is the case with humans.

Congo Virus known as Nairovirus is member of the Bunyaviridae family of RNA viruses that is transmitted through blood or other fluids from the infected animals and humans. Its main agent is Tick that flew from one to other and there starts incubating period ranges 1-3 days or 9 days.

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Tick transmitting virus to healthy person

Symptoms

  • Symptoms of CONGO VIRUS in human :
  • muscle ache
  • neck pain
  • backache,
  • headache,
  • diarrhea,
  • nausea
  • abdominal pain
  •  sleepiness
  • depression
  • liver enlargement.
  •  fast heart rate
  • enlarged lymph nodes
  • rash in the mouth & on the skin.
  •  kidney deterioration
  •  liver failure
  • Lungs failure

TRANSMISSION :

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Treatment :

CONGO VIRUS is treated by antiviral drug Ribavirin that must start immediately after the virus detection