Pakistani singer reformer Abrar-ul-Haq tested positive for coronavirus on Sunday, which was confirmed on his social media.
The 51-year-old Pakistani Tehreek-e-Insaf leader turned to Twitter to confirm the news, saying that despite the positive results of his COVID-19 test, he will continue to perform his professional duties through video conferencing.
“My corona test came positive, i am home quarantined, however ,inshahallah, i will keep performing my duties through Skype as Red Crescent and Sahara worker,” he said, adding: “Please pray for me and all those fighting it.”
A day earlier, the singer-songwriter had expressed fear of him getting infected after suffering from coronavirus-like symptoms.
“I am having fever and dry cough since last night and hope it is not Corona however those who interacted with me including Governor Sarwer sb should take precautionary measures,” he tweeted.